[Solved] write() file by inserting dict in specific key order and format

Probably the closest short of looping and building a string, is something using pprint.pformat, such as: >>> from pprint import pformat >>> my_dct = dict( k1=1, k3=3, k2=2,) >>> print(‘my_dct = {{\n {}\n}}’.format(pformat(my_dct, width=1)[1:-1])) my_dct = { ‘k1’: 1, ‘k2’: 2, ‘k3’: 3 } solved write() file by inserting dict in specific key order and … Read more

[Solved] Determine whether the input matches a specified format

Using a regex would work like this: import re regex = r’\d-\d{4}-\d{4}-\d’ preg = re.compile(regex) s1 = ‘9-9715-0210-0’ s2 = ‘997-150-210-0’ m1 = preg.match(s1) m2 = preg.match(s2) if m1: print(‘String s1 is valid’) else: print(‘String s1 is invalid’) if m2: print(‘String s2 is valid’) else: print(‘String s2 is invalid’) You can try the code at … Read more

[Solved] Convert string 2020-05-14T13:37:49.000+0000 to DateTime using format

You should use K format specifier, since it represents timezone offset string format = “yyyy-MM-ddTHH:mm:ss.FFFK”; or zzz, which means signed timezone offset string format = “yyyy-MM-ddTHH:mm:ss.FFFzzz”; You also might change DateTimeStyles to AdjustToUniversal to get 5/14/2020 1:37:49 PM date, otherwise it’ll be adjusted to local time DateTime d; DateTime.TryParseExact(f, format, CultureInfo.InvariantCulture, DateTimeStyles.AdjustToUniversal, out d); 0 … Read more

[Solved] python string format without {}

I think this is more of a subjective question. I would argue that its ok following the principle of duck typing: If it looks like a duck, swims like a duck, and quacks like a duck, then it probably is a duck. If you are looping through an array of strings and they all have … Read more

[Solved] What really is a PNG? [closed]

Standard PNGs don’t support editing. Simplifying it a bit, they are just what you said they are: losslessly compressed bitmaps (vs JPGs, which employ lossy compression, or GIFs which are also bitmaps, but only support up to a 256 color palette). Fireworks PNGs contain a special header and extra data that allows them to retain … Read more

[Solved] SQL Timestamp format in PHP [duplicate]

Try this should help: $datedb = “2018-03-01 11:54:33”; $date = date(‘d-m-Y’, strtotime($datedb)); echo $date; // will print 01-03-2018 And read about date() function of php: http://php.net/manual/en/function.date.php; https://www.w3schools.com/php/func_date_date.asp 0 solved SQL Timestamp format in PHP [duplicate]

[Solved] Format date by provided time zone in java [duplicate]

Use the modern Java date and time classes for everything that has got to do with dates or times. DateTimeFormatter usFormatter = DateTimeFormatter.ofLocalizedDate(FormatStyle.SHORT) .withLocale(Locale.US); System.out.println(date.format(usFormatter)); DateTimeFormatter deFormatter = DateTimeFormatter.ofLocalizedDate(FormatStyle.SHORT) .withLocale(Locale.GERMANY); System.out.println(date.format(deFormatter)); This will print something like 6/27/17 27.06.17 It’s not exactly the formats you asked for, but it’s the formats Java thinks are appropriate for … Read more

[Solved] Fix incomplete character string for year “2016” from “0016” in R [closed]

Kindly go through following R console code snippet: > dates <- c(“10/23/16”, “10/24/16”) > dates [1] “10/23/16” “10/24/16” > Dates <- as.Date(dates, + format = “%m/%d/%y”) > Dates [1] “2016-10-23” “2016-10-24″ Hope it works for you! solved Fix incomplete character string for year “2016” from “0016” in R [closed]