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# Python: A tuple containing 9 elements corresponding to structure time as an argument and returns a string representing it

## Python Datetime: Exercise-62 with Solution

Write a Python program that takes a tuple containing 9 elements corresponding to structure time as an argument and returns a string representing it.

Sample Solution:

Python Code:

``````# Import the time module
import time

# Define a tuple 't' representing a specific time: (year, month, day, hour, minute, second, day of the week, day of the year, daylight saving time)
t = (2020, 1, 22, 2, 34, 6, 6, 362, 0)

# Convert the given time tuple 't' into a string representing the local time and store it in the variable 'result'
result = time.asctime(t)

# Print a message indicating the result of the conversion
print("Result:", result)

# Define another tuple 't' representing a different specific time: (year, month, day, hour, minute, second, day of the week, day of the year, daylight saving time)
t = (1982, 11, 12, 2, 54, 8, 8, 360, 0)

# Convert the given time tuple 't' into a string representing the local time and store it in the variable 'result'
result = time.asctime(t)

# Print a message indicating the result of the conversion
print("Result:", result)
```
```

Output:

```Result: Sun Jan 22 02:34:06 2020
Result: Tue Nov 12 02:54:08 1982
```

Explanation:

• In the exercise above,
• The code imports the "time" module, which provides functions for working with time.
• It defines a tuple 't' representing a specific time with various components such as year, month, day, hour, minute, second, etc.
• It uses the "time.asctime()" function to convert the given time tuple 't' into a string representing local time.
• It stores the resulting string in the variable named 'result'.
• It prints a message indicating the result of the conversion.
• It repeats the process for another tuple 't' representing a different specific time and prints the result of the conversion for that time as well.

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