DateTime object

M.-A. Lemburg mal at egenix.com
Thu Nov 4 17:52:04 CET 2010


jf wrote:
> Hi,
> 
> I've a bug in my code and I'm trying de reproduce it.
> 
> To trace the bug I print arguments, and it produces this:
> {'date': <DateTime '20091020T00:00:00' at 558d128>}
> 
> My question is: what is: <DateTime '20091020T00:00:00' at 558d128>?
> 
> I use mx.DateTime put if I print it I get:
> <mx.DateTime.DateTime object for '2010-10-29 13:13:25.55' at 7f0bb54e1298>
> 
> So what kind of object <DateTime> is ?

You might be using the old Python implementation of mxDateTime
(mx/DateTime/mxDateTime/mxDateTime_Python.py):

    def __repr__(self):
        return "<DateTime object for '%d-%02d-%02d %02d:%02d:%05.2f' at %x>"% (
            self.year, self.month, self.day, self.hour, self.minute,
            self.second, id(self))

Note however, that there's no "T" in the string shown for the
repr(), so perhaps this is some other implementation.

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