[Solved] Format string to date format swift [closed]

You have to changes the format for working in both case: var isoDate = “2018-10-31” let dateFormatter = DateFormatter() dateFormatter.dateFormat = “yyyy-MM-dd” print(dateFormatter.date(from: isoDate)!) isoDate = “2016-04-14T10:44:00+0000” dateFormatter.dateFormat = “yyyy’-‘MM’-‘dd’T’HH’:’mm’:’ssZZZ” print(dateFormatter.date(from: isoDate)!) solved Format string to date format swift [closed]

[Solved] How to convert 12 hour string into 24 hour datetime? [closed]

The main problem with your format is that Python does not support anything more granular than microseconds, as explained here. In fact, assuming you have 000 as the last three decimals of seconds, you can use the format below. from datetime import datetime datetime_object = datetime.strptime(’24/NOV/18 05:15:00.000000000 AM’, ‘%d/%b/%y %I:%M:%S.%f000 %p’) If you cannot make … Read more

[Solved] I am trying to get my python twitter bot to tweet every 30 minutes on the hour. What should I do? [closed]

So using datetime you can actually get the minutes like this: from datetime import datetime time = datetime.now() minutes = time.minute Or in one line: from datetime import datetime minutes = datetime.now().minute Now that you have the minutes, the if statement can be simplified down, because you don’t look at the hour. if minutes == … Read more

[Solved] Return correct time measurements from a date [closed]

This is an overly simplified example of what you could do, using only .NET classes: public static string TimeSinceEvent(DateTime eventTime) { TimeSpan timeSince = DateTine.Now – eventTime; if (timeSince.Hours > 0) return string.Format(“Added {0} hours ago”, timeSince.Hours); else if (timeSince.Minutes > 0) return string.Format(“Added {0} minutes ago”, timeSince.Minutes); else return string.Format(“Added {0} seconds ago”, timeSince.Seconds); … Read more

[Solved] In C#, is there any more elegant way to take a DateTime and calculate how many months until the “next” Quarter? [closed]

This should do it: int untilNextQuarter = 4 – (currentMonth % 3); Or a slightly clearer but slightly less efficient approach: int[] remainingMonths = new[] { 3, 2, 4 }; int untilNextQuarter = remainingMonths[(currentMonth – 1) % 3]; solved In C#, is there any more elegant way to take a DateTime and calculate how many … Read more

[Solved] Running constant scripts [closed]

Your question seems terribly inconsistent, but it appears that you have the completely wrong approach. To have expiring items, you do not manually deactivate them when the expiry date comes or something like that. You simply have the expiry date as part of the item (say, a column in your database) and you select items … Read more

[Solved] PHP DateTime supported formats

As MySql have YYYY-MM-DD HH:II:SS format you can achieve it using DateTime function of PHP as $date = DateTime::createFromFormat(‘d M Y H:i:s:u’, ’13 Sep 2014 00:35:23:440′); echo $date->format(‘Y-m-d H:i:s’); DEMO 1 solved PHP DateTime supported formats