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Time Zone application after strptime?

 
 
Jim Carroll
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      03-07-2008
It's taken me a couple of hours to give up on strptime with %Z for recognizing
time zones... but that still leaves me in the wrong zone:

def paypal_to_mysql_date(ppDate):
# a typical paypal date is 10:29:52 Feb 29, 2008 PST
date_parts = ppDate.split()
withouttz = " ".join(date_parts[:-1])

# eventually we need to apply the timezone
timezone = date_parts[-1]

dt = datetime.strptime(withouttz, "%H:%M:%S %b %d, %Y")
return dt.strftime("%Y-%m-%d %H:%M")


How can I use the "PST" (or any other time zone name) to adjust dt by the
correct number of hours to get it into UTC before storing in MySQL?

Thanks!


 
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