What is the correct format for this time data to use in a python script?

What is the correct format for this time data to use in a python script?

By : Hasnain Ali
Date : November 18 2020, 03:01 PM
like below fixes the issue "01.08.2017 00:00:00.000" , The format that you have specified is like this:
code :
In : datetime.now().strftime('%d.%m.%Y %H:%M:%S.%f')
Out: '19.10.2017 20:04:55.947244'

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Getting the format correct when writing data to a text file from a matlab script

Getting the format correct when writing data to a text file from a matlab script

By : Owen Sun
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
fixed the issue. Will look into that further MATLAB writes files in column major format. What this means is that it will traverse every row first in one column before moving to the next column. If you have a M x 2 matrix of values where the first column is a vector of t values and the second column is a vector of x values, try transposing the matrix before writing to file. That way, each column represents a pair of (t,x) values for you and MATLAB should be able to preserve writing to the file so that each row is a unique pair.
Also, in your code you are only writing the x values to the file. This makes sense because if you look at your text file going line by line, it pretty much mimics a sinusoidal output. It goes from 0 up to 1, then back to 0 again. Your x vector is a sinusoidal output which thus fits the pattern. As such, you probably want to write the t values as well. To do this, modify the fprintf statement in your code so that it looks like this:
code :
fprintf(sinData.txt,'%7.5f,%7.5f\r\n', [t;x]);
Time Data From Nest API In Correct Format?

Time Data From Nest API In Correct Format?

By : Loneranger31415
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
With these it helps It looks like the example is incorrect with respect to the actual implementation. If you look at the API Reference you will see the time data is all in ISO 8601, which support both string types.
This also means you should likely use a library to support ISO 8601, rather than manually parsing the string if possible.
Not returning code from python script in correct format

Not returning code from python script in correct format

By : Gerardo Telesforo He
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
I hope this helps you . Your JSON is ill-formed because you have an extra } at the end of the JSON string. Check it with http://jsonlint.com/
The error message from that site is:
code :
Parse error on line 587:
 ...  "success": true}}
Expecting 'EOF'
Python time does not match the correct format

Python time does not match the correct format

By : srikanth
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
Does that help I have the following string:
code :
How can I correct this : time data '9121991' does not match format '%d %m %Y' error?

How can I correct this : time data '9121991' does not match format '%d %m %Y' error?

By : Tomas
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
This might help you Since your format has spaces in it, it is unable to recognize your string.
That works:
code :
from datetime import datetime, date

date_of_birth = datetime.strptime("09121991", '%d%m%Y')
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