Noob | datetime question
martin.witte at gmail.com
Tue Nov 14 20:57:28 CET 2006
On Nov 14, 4:22 pm, "Demel, Jeff" <Jeff.De... at JavelinDirect.com> wrote:
> I'm having trouble finding exactly what I need by googling, so thought
> I'd try to get a quick answer from the group. This seems like something
> that should be dead simple.
> I need to generate a string value of a date in the format YYYYMMDD that
> is 97 days in the future. The datetime module is brand new to me, and
> I'm not sure how to do this. Can someone help me out here?
With the datetime module you can do something like:
py> import datetime
py> d = datetime.date.today()
py> print d
py> d97 = d + datetime.timedelta(days=97)
py> print d97
py> fmt_d97 = d97.isoformat().replace('-', '')
py> print fmt_d97
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