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Data Frame([1,2,3,4], index=IDX) print type(df.index) print df.ix['2005-01-01'] df[:'2006-01-02'] IDX=[datetime.date(datetime.strptime(yy,'%Y-%m-%d')) for yy in ["2005-01-01","2006-01-01","2006-01-01","2007-01-01"]] IDX df = pd. When the regional settings control the date format, the settings can change from user to user.
However, because England hadn’t yet adopted the Gregorian Calendar Reform (and wouldn’t until 1752) their deaths are actually 10 days apart.
Since Ruby’s Time class implements a proleptic Gregorian calendar and has no concept of calendar reform there’s no way to express this with Time objects.
This is where Date Time steps in: This shows that in fact they died 10 days apart (in reality 11 days since Cervantes died a day earlier but was buried on the 23rd).
It is built around the same principles as the Standard C Library, to make dealing with the database as easy as dealing with STL containers.
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A subclass of Date that easily handles date, hour, minute, second, and offset.
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We can see the actual date of Shakespeare’s death by using the gregorian method to convert it: So there’s an argument that all the celebrations that take place on the 23rd April in Stratford-upon-Avon are actually the wrong date since England is now using the Gregorian calendar.
You can see why when we transition across the reform date boundary: As you can see, if we’re accurately tracking the number of solar years since Shakespeare’s birthday then the correct anniversary date would be the 4th May and not the 23rd April.
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