How to convert Python’s .isoformat() string back into datetime object
In this article, we will learn how to convert Pythons .isoFormat() string back into a datetime object. Here we are using the current time and for that, we will store the current time in the current_time variable.
The function now() of this module, does the job perfectly.
Example: Getting current time
Get the string format of time
In this step, we are going to get the string format of the iso time. For this, isoformat() function is used.
Example: getting string format of time
Get the DateTime object from the iso format
So here we are going to get the DateTime object from the iso string. For that fromisoformat() function is used.
Example: Get the DateTime object from the iso format
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