--On 13. Oktober 2005 14:46:26 -0700 "Jason C. Leach" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:


If I use this line in a Python script:
   print row['end_date'], row['end_date'].strftime('%d')
I get:
   2005/10/13 12

You can see the day is out by one. Should be 13, but is gets converted
as 12.  So I'm curious what's up with that?

Provide a detailed description how to reproduce that...especially what type is row[‘end_date‘]? Where is it coming from?


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