A problem with Time
Dominic at PLEASEASK.co.uk
Thu Aug 16 17:30:37 CEST 2007
I need to return the date yesterday in the form DDMMYYYY. I looked through
the modules: time, datetime and calendar but can't find anything that leaps
out at me.
The problem I'm having is that although I can use time.localtime and get a
tuple of the year, month, day and so forth, I don't believe I can just minus
1 from the day, because I don't think it's cyclic, also, I can't see the
date being linked in with the month.
So is there any way of getting yesterdays date?
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