Python Pandas - Find the start time for the given Period object

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To find the start time for the given Period object, use the period.start_time property. At first, import the required libraries −

import pandas as pd

The pandas.Period represents a period of time. Creating two Period objects

period1 = pd.Period("2020-09-22")
period2 = pd.Period(freq="D", year = 2021, month = 2, day = 14, hour = 2, minute = 35)

Display the Period objects

print("Period1...\n", period1)
print("Period2...\n", period2)

Get the start time from two Period objects

res1 = period1.start_time
res2 = period2.start_time

Example

Following is the code

import pandas as pd

# The pandas.Period represents a period of time
# creating two Period objects
period1 = pd.Period("2020-09-22")
period2 = pd.Period(freq="D", year = 2021, month = 2, day = 14, hour = 2, minute = 35)

# display the Period objects
print("Period1...\n", period1)
print("Period2...\n", period2)

# get the start time from two Period objects
res1 = period1.start_time
res2 = period2.start_time

# Return the start time from two Period objects
print("\nDisplay the start time from the 1st Period object ...\n", res1)
print("\nDisplay the start time from the 2nd Period object ...\n", res2)

Output

This will produce the following code

Period1...
2020-09-22
Period2...
2021-02-14

Display the start time from the 1st Period object ...
2020-09-22 00:00:00

Display the start time from the 2nd Period object ...
2021-02-14 00:00:00
raja
Updated on 20-Oct-2021 06:26:36

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