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strftime in python 2.2

I'm trying to make work this code in python 2.2.3:

check=datetime. datetime.today( ).strftime("%H% M")

but datetime is not supported in that version but just in the later.
I can't upgrade python, too many dependencies in a critical system.
How can i convert that string to have the same result?

Hope someone can help me,
Thanks in advance

Aug 13 '07 #1
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"Flyzone"schrie b
I'm trying to make work this code in python 2.2.3:

check=datetime. datetime.today( ).strftime("%H% M")

but datetime is not supported in that version but
just in the later. I can't upgrade python, too many
dependencies in a critical system.
How can i convert that string to have the same result?
import time
time.strftime(" %H%M)

HTH
Martin
Aug 13 '07 #2

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