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Python Datetime | today method

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schedule Mar 10, 2022
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The class method date.today() can be used to return the current local date.

Parameters

None.

Return value

Returns a date object representing current local date.

Examples

To return the current local date:

from datetime import date
current_date = date.today()
print(current_date)
2020-03-20

Note that current_date here is timezone-naive.

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