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Python datetime.timetz() Method with Example

  • Last Updated : 23 Aug, 2021

The timetz() function manipulates the objects of the DateTime class of the DateTime module. This function uses an instance method given to it via reference, and converts them, and returns a time object with the same hour, minute, second, microsecond, and fold and tzinfo attributes. 

Syntax: timetz()

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Parameters: This function does not accept any parameter.



Return values: This function returns a time object with the same specified hour, minute, second, microsecond, fold and tzinfo.

Example 1: Python program to show application of timetz() function.

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# Python3 code for getting
# a time object with the same
# specified hour, minute, second,
# microsecond, fold and tzinfo.
  
# Importing datetime module
import datetime
  
# Creating a datetime instance
A = datetime.datetime(2021, 8, 3, 10, 11, 12, 13)
  
# Calling the timetz() function over
# the above datetime instance
B = A.timetz()
  
# Printing the original date time object
print("Original date time object:", A)
  
# Printing the new time object
print("New time object:", B)
Output
Original date time object: 2021-08-03 10:11:12.000013
New time object: 10:11:12.000013

Example 2: Python program to show the application of timetz() function.

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# Python3 code for getting
# a time object with the same
# specified hour, minute, second,
# microsecond, fold and tzinfo.
  
# Importing datetime module
import datetime
  
# Creating a current datetime instance
A = datetime.datetime.now()
  
# Calling the timetz() function over
# the above current datetime instance
B = A.timetz()
  
# Printing the original current date time object
print("Original current date time object:", A)
  
# Printing the new current time object
print("New current time object:", B)
Output
Original current date time object: 2021-08-05 07:41:24.147260
New current time object: 07:41:24.147260

Example 3: Python program to show application of timetz() function.

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# Python3 code for getting
# a time object with the same
# specified hour, minute, second,
# microsecond, fold and tzinfo.
  
# Importing datetime module
import datetime
  
# Creating datetime instances
A = datetime.timedelta(hours=12, minutes=12)
obj = datetime.timezone(A, name="IST")
B = datetime.datetime(2012, 1, 2, 3, 10, 15, 20, obj)
  
# Calling the timetz() function over the above
# specified datetime
C = B.timetz()
  
# Printing the Original datetime object
print("Original datetime object:", B)
  
# Printing the time object with tzinfo attributes
print("Time object with tzinfo attributes:", C)
  
# Printing the time object without tzinfo attributes
print("Time object without tzinfo attributes:", B.time())
Output
Original datetime object: 2012-01-02 03:10:15.000020+12:12
Time object with tzinfo attributes: 03:10:15.000020+12:12
Time object without tzinfo attributes: 03:10:15.000020



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