How do I convert timedelta to time in Python?

How do I convert timedelta to time in Python?

By : mikejm
Date : November 17 2020, 04:28 AM
fixed the issue. Will look into that further If waiting_time is a datetime, then waiting_time - timedelta() is also a datetime. You can just use .time() on that object to get the datetime.time() object from that:
code :
new_dt = waiting_time - timedelta(microseconds=waiting_time.microseconds)
col_7 = new_dt.time()
col_7 = waiting_time.replace(microsecond=0).time()
col_7 = waiting_time.strftime('%H:%M:%S')  # hours:minutes:seconds

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timedelta convert to time or int and store it in GAE (python) datastore

timedelta convert to time or int and store it in GAE (python) datastore

By : mipi
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
it fixes the issue To make this as easy as possible to work with, there's two steps: Converting the timedelta to an int or a float, and storing it in the datastore. First things first, converting a timedelta to a microtime:
code :
def timedelta_to_microtime(td):
  return td.microseconds + (td.seconds + td.days * 86400) * 1000000
class TimeDeltaProperty(db.Property):
  def get_value_for_datastore(self, model_instance):
    value = self.__get__(model_instance, model_instance.__class__)
    if value is not None:
      return timedelta_to_microtime(value)

  def make_value_from_datastore(self, value):
    if value is not None:
      return datetime.timedelta(microseconds=value)
class MyModel(db.Model):
  td = TimeDeltaProperty(required=True)

entity = MyModel(td=datetime.datetime.now()-some_datetime)
key = entity.put()

entity = db.get(key)
print entity.td
Python convert military time user input and calculate time worked (datetime.timedelta)

Python convert military time user input and calculate time worked (datetime.timedelta)

By : Kasdi Rabil
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
I hope this helps . You can use strftime("%I:%M %p") to get standard 12 hour formatting with "AM" or "PM" at the end. See the Python documentation for more details on datetime string formatting.
Also, while it is not natively supported, you can simply use the two datetime.time instances to do your calculation as part of the timedelata constructor.
code :
start = raw_input("Enter your check-in time in military format (0900): ") 
end = raw_input("Enter your check-out time in military format (1700): ") 

# convert user input to datetime instances
start_t = datetime.time(hour=int(start[0:2]), minute=int(start[2:4]))
end_t = datetime.time(hour=int(end[0:2]), minute=int(end[2:4]))
delta_t = datetime.timedelta(
    hours = (end_t.hour - start_t.hour),
    minutes = (end_t.minute - start_t.minute)

# datetime format
fmt = "%I:%M %p"
print 'You started at %s and ended at %s' % (start_t.strftime(fmt), end_t.strftime(fmt))
print 'You worked for %s' % (delta_t)
Python timedelta object - strfdelta and deltafstr functions for conversion of timedelta  string  timedelta

Python timedelta object - strfdelta and deltafstr functions for conversion of timedelta string timedelta

By : Adrian Rumin
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
this one helps. After searching for such functions, and not being able to find one that converts back and forth, I wrote the following two functions and include them in a script. This is compatible with Python v2.6.6, which doesn't support some newer features such as timedelta.total_seconds():
code :

import re
import sys
import datetime

# String from Date/Time Delta:
#  Takes a datetime.timedelta object, and converts the internal values
#  to a dd:HH:mm:ss:ffffff string, prefixed with "-" if the delta is
#  negative
def strfdelta(tdelta):

    # Handle Negative time deltas
    negativeSymbol = ""
    if tdelta < datetime.timedelta(0):
        negativeSymbol = "-"

    # Convert days to seconds, as individual components could
    # possibly both be negative
    tdSeconds = (tdelta.seconds) + (tdelta.days * 86400)

    # Capture +/- state of seconds for later user with milliseonds calculation
    secsNegMultiplier = 1
    if tdSeconds < 0:
        secsNegMultiplier = -1

    # Extract minutes from seconds
    tdMinutes, tdSeconds = divmod(abs(tdSeconds), 60)

    # Extract hours from minutes
    tdHours, tdMinutes = divmod(tdMinutes, 60)
    # Extract days from hours
    tdDays, tdHours = divmod(tdHours, 24)

    # Convert seconds to microseconds, as individual components 
    # could possibly both be negative
    tdMicroseconds = (tdelta.microseconds) + (tdSeconds * 1000000 * secsNegMultiplier)

    # Get seconds and microsecond components
    tdSeconds, tdMicroseconds = divmod( abs(tdMicroseconds), 1000000)

    return "{negSymbol}{days}:{hours:02d}:{minutes:02d}:{seconds:02d}:{microseconds:06d}".format(

# Date/Time delta from string
# Example: -1:23:32:59:020030 (negative sign optional)
def deltafstr(stringDelta):

    # Regular expression to capture status change events, with groups for date/time, 
    #  instrument ID and state
    regex = re.compile("^(-?)(\d{1,6}):([01]?\d|2[0-3]):([0-5][0-9]):([0-5][0-9]):(\d{6})$",re.UNICODE)
    matchObj = regex.search(stringDelta)

    # If this line doesn't match, return None
    if(matchObj is None):
        return None;

    # Debug - Capture date-time from regular expression 
    # for g in range(0, 7):
    #     print "Grp {grp}: ".format(grp=g) + str(matchObj.group(g)) 

    # Get Seconds multiplier (-ve sign at start)
    secsNegMultiplier = 1
    if matchObj.group(1):
        secsNegMultiplier = -1

    # Get time components
    tdDays = int(matchObj.group(2)) * secsNegMultiplier
    tdHours = int(matchObj.group(3)) * secsNegMultiplier
    tdMinutes = int(matchObj.group(4)) * secsNegMultiplier
    tdSeconds = int(matchObj.group(5)) * secsNegMultiplier
    tdMicroseconds = int(matchObj.group(6)) * secsNegMultiplier

    # Prepare return timedelta
    retTimedelta = datetime.timedelta(

    return retTimedelta;
# Testing (change the constructor for timedelta to test other cases)
firstDelta = datetime.timedelta(seconds=-1,microseconds=999999, days=-1)
print "--------"
print firstDelta
firstDeltaStr = strfdelta(firstDelta)
print "--------"
print firstDeltaStr;
secondDelta = deltafstr(firstDeltaStr)
print "--------"
print secondDelta
secondDeltaStr = strfdelta(secondDelta)
print "--------"
print secondDelta
print "--------"
Convert datetime.time into datetime.timedelta in Python 3.4

Convert datetime.time into datetime.timedelta in Python 3.4

By : prateek raj
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
wish help you to fix your issue datetime.time() is not a duration, it is a point in a day. If you want to interpret it as a duration, then convert it to a duration since midnight:
code :
datetime.combine(date.min, timeobj) - datetime.min
>>> from datetime import datetime, date, time
>>> timeobj = time(12, 45)
>>> datetime.combine(date.min, timeobj) - datetime.min
datetime.timedelta(0, 45900)
How to convert timedelta to time of day in pandas?

How to convert timedelta to time of day in pandas?

By : aeron frier
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
fixed the issue. Will look into that further Pandas does not support a time dtype series
Pandas (and NumPy) do not have a time dtype. Since you wish to avoid Pandas timedelta, you have 3 options: Pandas datetime, Python datetime.time, or Python str. Below they are presented in order of preference. Let's assume you start with the following dataframe:
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