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# -*- coding: utf-8 -*-
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from datetime import datetime

COMPLEX_TIME_FORMAT = '%Y-%m-%d,%H-%M-%S.%f'
# LESS_COMPLEX_TIME_FORMAT is also compatible with data exported from TVB 1.0.
# This is only used as a fallback in the string to date conversion.

[docs]def string2date(string_input, complex_format=True, date_format=None): """Read date from string, after internal format""" if string_input == 'None': return None if date_format is not None: return datetime.strptime(string_input, date_format) if complex_format: try: return datetime.strptime(string_input, COMPLEX_TIME_FORMAT) except ValueError: # For backwards compatibility with TVB 1.0 return datetime.strptime(string_input, LESS_COMPLEX_TIME_FORMAT) return datetime.strptime(string_input, SIMPLE_TIME_FORMAT)
[docs]def date2string(date_input, complex_format=True, date_format=None): """Convert date into string, after internal format""" if date_input is None: return "None" if date_format is not None: return date_input.strftime(date_format) if complex_format: return date_input.strftime(COMPLEX_TIME_FORMAT) return date_input.strftime(SIMPLE_TIME_FORMAT)
[docs]def string2bool(string_input): """ Convert given string into boolean value.""" string_input = str(string_input).lower() return string_input in ("yes", "true", "t", "1")