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Getting all weekdays between two dates in Pandas

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To get all weekdays between two dates, use Pandas bdate_range(~) method:

start_date = "2020/11/25"
end_date = "2020/12/26"

pd.bdate_range(start="2020/12/16", end="2020/12/26")
DatetimeIndex(['2020-12-16', '2020-12-17', '2020-12-18', '2020-12-21',
'2020-12-22', '2020-12-23', '2020-12-24', '2020-12-25'],
dtype='datetime64[ns]', freq='B')

Note that the parameter closed="right" by default, which means that the start date is exclusive, and the end date is inclusive.

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