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How can I adjust 'the time' in python with module Re


How can I adjust 'the time' in python with module Re

By : mojibul
Date : January 12 2021, 07:00 PM
Does that help this is a funny question. I try to find out the right time in some phrases. I use try-except module and re module but there is something wrong in my code that can't deal with some tough phrase ,
Question: Default date from invalid datestring
code :
import re
from datetime import datetime

def regular_time(time):
    _t = time.split('-')
    # allways 3 itmes
    while len(_t) < 3:
        _t.append('01')

    # year month and day ranges
    ymd = [(range(1900, 2099), '1900'), 
           (range(1, 13), '01'),
           (range(1, 32), '01')
          ]

    # validate ranges
    for n in range(3):
        if not int(_t[n]) in ymd[n][0]:
            _t[n] = ymd[n][1]

    _time = '-'.join(_t)
    try:
        date = datetime.strptime(_time, '%Y-%m-%d')
        print('VALID:{} => {}'
              .format(time, date.strftime('%Y-%m-%d')))
    except ValueError as e:
        if "day is out of range for month" in e:
            print('{} for {}, change to 01'.format(e, time))
            _t[2] = '01'
            regular_time('-'.join(_t))
        else:
            print('INVALID[{}]:{}'.format(_time, e))

for time in ['1996', '1996-18', '2019-09-31', '2019-01-31', 
             '1996-12-58', '1997-25-52', '1996-42-120']:
    regular_time(time)
VALID:1996 => 1996-01-01
VALID:1996-18 => 1996-01-01
day is out of range for month for 2019-09-31, change to 01
VALID:2019-09-01 => 2019-09-01
VALID:2019-01-31 => 2019-01-31
VALID:1996-12-58 => 1996-12-01
VALID:1997-25-52 => 1997-01-01
VALID:1996-42-120 => 1996-01-01


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By : MJ98
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
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To see this in action check out this example:
code :
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    print("Cleaner from functions!")

def worker():
    print("Worker from functions!")
import my.functions

def cleaner():
    print("Replacement fake cleaner!")

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By : Elijah Goldberg
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
Any of those help You can do something like this. Write your own generator which works like range and takes a time-object (which comes from your DB if I understand you correctly) as start and stop (exclusively):
code :
#! /usr/bin/python3
import datetime

def timerange(start, stop, step = datetime.timedelta(minutes = 15)):
    t = datetime.datetime(2000, 1, 1, start.hour, start.minute)
    stop = datetime.datetime(2000, 1, 1 if start <= stop else 2, stop.hour, stop.minute)
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        yield t.time()
        t += step
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fivepm = datetime.time(17, 0) #from DB

for t in timerange(nineam, fivepm):
    print(t)
def ftimerange(start, stop, step = datetime.timedelta(minutes = 15)):
    for t in timerange(start, stop, step):
        yield t.strftime('%I:%M%p')

for s in ftimerange(nineam, fivepm):
    print(s)
>>> elevenpm = datetime.time(23, 0)
>>> oneam = datetime.time(1, 0)
>>> for s in ftimerange(elevenpm, oneam): print(s)
... 
11:00PM
11:15PM
11:30PM
11:45PM
12:00AM
12:15AM
12:30AM
12:45AM
>>> start = datetime.time(8, 5)
>>> stop = datetime.time(9, 12)
>>> step = datetime.timedelta(minutes = 3, seconds = 22)
>>> for s in ftimerange(start, stop, step): print(s)
... 
08:05AM
08:08AM
08:11AM
08:15AM
08:18AM
08:21AM
08:25AM
08:28AM
08:31AM
08:35AM
08:38AM
08:42AM
08:45AM
08:48AM
08:52AM
08:55AM
08:58AM
09:02AM
09:05AM
09:08AM
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By : kotique
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
fixed the issue. Will look into that further First of all: You don't need to do this, and you probably don't want to do this. The standard library is full of examples where what the documentation uses as the import location and the actual module information on the object differ:
code :
>>> from unittest import TestCase
>>> TestCase
<class 'unittest.case.TestCase'>
>>> class A():
...     pass
...
>>> A
<class '__main__.A'>
>>> A.__module__
'__main__'
>>> A.__module__ = 'dir'
>>> A
<class 'dir.A'>
from .a import A

A.__module__ = __name__  # rehome here. 
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