When getting the time, it is displayed as 24 hours, how do you get it to print to the console in 12 hours instead?
i think you have to modify the datatime in the library of python...or there is another package...good question..but i dk
The key to this code is to use the library function time.strptime() to parse the 24-hour string representations into a time.struct_time object, then use library function time.strftime() to format this struct_time into a string of your desired 12-hour format.
For example, say it is currently 6:56 PM. Your code would initially look like this:
from datetime import datetime d = datetime.strptime("6:56", "%H:%M")
When you use the "strptime" method, you are parsing the string "6:56" into values of hours and minutes to create a time object, d. This will give you 18:56, the 24-hour version. Now for the 12-hour:
%I is a directive that tells Python to give the hour in the 12-hour format. Additionally, you may include the %p directive which will display "AM" or "PM".
d.strftime("%I:%M" %p) '6:56 PM'
Hope this answered your question!
from datetime import datetime now = datetime.now() #24-hour format print(now.strftime('%Y/%m/%d %H:%M:%S')) #12-hour format print(now.strftime('%Y/%m/%d %I:%M:%S'))