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Python: Display the various Date Time formats

Python datetime: Exercise-1 with Solution

Write a Python script to display the various Date Time formats.

a) Current date and time
b) Current year
c) Month of year
d) Week number of the year
e) Weekday of the week
f) Day of year
g) Day of the month
h) Day of week

Sample Solution:

Python Code:

import time
import datetime
print("Current date and time: " , datetime.datetime.now())
print("Current year: ", datetime.date.today().strftime("%Y"))
print("Month of year: ", datetime.date.today().strftime("%B"))
print("Week number of the year: ", datetime.date.today().strftime("%W"))
print("Weekday of the week: ", datetime.date.today().strftime("%w"))
print("Day of year: ", datetime.date.today().strftime("%j"))
print("Day of the month : ", datetime.date.today().strftime("%d"))
print("Day of week: ", datetime.date.today().strftime("%A"))

Sample Output:

Current date and time:  2017-05-05 17:21:19.106836                                                            
Current year:  2017                                                                                           
Month of year:  May                                                                                           
Week number of the year:  18                                                                                  
Weekday of the week:  5                                                                                       
Day of year:  125                                                                                             
Day of the month :  05                                                                                        
Day of week:  Friday    

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Flowchart: Display the various Date Time formats

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