Python time.day() Examples

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Example 1
Project: rpi_ai   Author: schollz   File: visual_cortex.py    License: MIT License 6 votes vote down vote up
def saveImage():
	keepDiskSpaceFree(config.diskSpaceToReserve)
	time = datetime.datetime.now()
	filenameFull = config.filepath + config.filenamePrefix + "-%04d%02d%02d%02d%02d%02d" % (time.year, time.month, time.day, time.hour, time.minute, time.second)+ "." + config.fileType
	
	# save onto webserver
	filename = "/var/www/temp.jpg"
	subprocess.call("sudo raspistill -w "+ str(config.saveWidth) +" -h "+ str(config.saveHeight) + " -t 1 -n -vf -e " + config.fileType + " -q 15 -o %s" % filename, shell=True)
	print "Captured image: %s" % filename

	theSpeech = recognizeFace(filename,filenameFull)
	if len(theSpeech)>2:
		print theSpeech
		saySomething(theSpeech,"en")
		config.lookForFaces = 0


# Keep free space above given level 
Example 2
def get_date():
    '''
    This creates a string of the day, hour, minute and second
    I use this to make folder names unique
    
    For the files themselves, I generate genuinely unique names (i.e. name001.csv, name002.csv, etc.)
    '''
    time = datetime.datetime.now()
    time_str = "{}y{}m{}d{}h{}m{}s".format(time.year,time.month,time.day,time.hour,time.minute,time.second)
    return(time_str) 
Example 3
Project: piecewisecrf   Author: Vaan5   File: train.py    License: MIT License 5 votes vote down vote up
def get_time_string():
    '''

    Returns current time in day_month_HH-MM-SS/ format

    '''
    time = datetime.now()
    name = (str(time.day) + '_' + str(time.month) + '_%02d' % time.hour +
            '-%02d' % time.minute + '-%02d' % time.second + '/')
    return name