4.6.12. pde.tools.parse_duration module¶
Parsing time durations from strings
This module provides a function that parses time durations from strings. It has been copied from the django software, which comes with the following notes:
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Parse a duration string and return a datetime.timedelta.
value (str) – A time duration given as text. The preferred format for durations is ‘%d %H:%M:%S.%f’. This function also supports ISO 8601 representation and PostgreSQL’s day-time interval format.
An instance representing the duration.
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