Is there a conflict of libraries here?
In my program, I have the following lines of code:
from datetime import timedelta
from time import gmtime, strftime ##define strftime as time/date right
import winsound as ws
These may or may not affect my new program code but here is the issue:
If I add the code:
from datetime import datetime
these new lines work:
dt = datetime.fromisoformat(ItemDateTime)
dt_string = dt.strftime(' at %H:%M on %A %d %B %Y')
and will fail without that "datetime import datetime" line
With that "datetime import datetime" line included,
all of the lines of code throughout the program that contain
These have been in use for over three years and there are at least a dozen
The error produced is:
time1 = datetime.datetime.strptime(T1, date_format)
AttributeError: type object 'datetime.datetime' has no attribute
How do I have my cake and eat it too?
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