I have no clue figuring out how to check dates in workholidays
On 06Nov2020 08:41, J.J. E. <nkopteng at gmail.com> wrote:
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Anyone may join. Welcome!
>My experience with
>Python is short due to my new job. My boss told me that I need to create a
>code that checks yesterday's date. The conditions for returning none are
> - Yesterday happens to be a holiday,
> - Yesterday turns out to be a Saturday or a Sunday.
>For both reasons, it needs to return None.
A remark: that is unusual. Normally this would be a "logical" test: is
yesterday a workholiday or not, returning True or False accordingly.
Returning None will "test" as false, but it is not a normal value for
What does your function return when neither situation applies?
>Now I have learned to scan a
>text file, and I have learned (ROUGHLY) the structure of what seems to scan
>for specific words in "Indented Comments".
>The file "gwd.py" that I have joined stands for getWorkingDate.
This is a text only list, and the list software discards most, if not
all, attachments. Your sample file is not present in the email I
Please paste the contents of gwd.py directly into your email (which
itself should be a _reply_ to this email or your original email). Then
we can see your code.
Cameron Simpson <cs at cskk.id.au>