How to format datetime values

Laurent Pointal laurent.pointal at limsi.fr
Fri Jun 2 10:21:12 CEST 2006


A.M a écrit :
> "BartlebyScrivener" <rpdooling at gmail.com> wrote in message 
> news:1149190242.446952.52180 at j55g2000cwa.googlegroups.com...
>> Are you trying to get banned, or what?
>>
>> It's the equivalent of me asking you:
>>
>> Hey, does Ruby have anything like dictionaries and will you teach me
>> about strings?  Oh, and what's an object?
>>
>> Go read the bleeping tutorial.
>>
>> rd
>>
> 
> Well, I did investigate all tutorial and google and I wasn't able to find 
> any built-in way for datetime formatting in Python. 

Really ?

For time formating... have you really really looked at module... 'time'?

> In fact I cannot find
> any way to format a long integer into 99,999,9999 format. I know how
> to format strings with C printf like formatter, but I am sure what I
> am trying to do can't be done with C printf formatting.

For long integer formating like your example, its not direct - maybe
look at locale formating of numbers (module... 'locale').


And I recently annouce the PQRC (on clp.announce), which can gives you
some directions:
	http://www.limsi.fr/Individu/pointal/python/pqrc/


A+

Laurent.



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