Python datetime.datetime.weekday() Examples
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|Project: Thymus-timeseries Author: sidorof File: timeseries.py (license) View Source Project||6 votes|
def convert(self, new_freq, include_partial=True, **kwargs): """ This function returns the timeseries converted to another frequency, such as daily to monthly. Usage: convert(new_freq, include_partial=True, **kwargs) The only kwarg is weekday=<some value> This is used when converting to weekly data. The weekday number corresponds to the the datetime.weekday() function. """ if new_freq not in FREQ_IDAYTYPES + FREQ_DAYTYPES: raise ValueError( "Invalid new frequency: %s" % new_freq) return convert( self, new_freq, include_partial=include_partial, **kwargs)
def calcWday(self, isToday): wday = datetime.weekday(datetime.utcnow() + timedelta(hours=9)) if not isToday: wday = (wday + 1) % 7 return wday
def is_day(string): val = 1 for day in days: if day in string: return val val += 1 if "today" in string: return datetime.now().weekday() + 1 return -1
def time_stamp(datetime): day = datetime.weekday() + 1 hour = datetime.hour minute = datetime.minute return day * 10000 + hour * 100 + minute
def _min_valid_time(): # show notification starting fifth business day data has not been updated # M-Th, data needs to have been updated 6 days ago; F-S, preceding Monday now = _get_now() weekday = datetime.weekday(now) # When bigger than 3, it means it is a Friday/Saturday/Sunday, # we can use the weekday integer to get 4 days ago without the need to # worry about hitting the weekend. Else we need to include the weekend delta = weekday if weekday > 3 else 6 return (now - timedelta(delta)).strftime("%Y-%m-%d")