Python Pandas - Return the nanoseconds from Timedelta object using string input

PythonPandasServer Side ProgrammingProgramming

To return the nanoseconds from Timedelta object, use the timedelta.nanoseconds property. At first, import the required libraries −

import pandas as pd

TimeDeltas is Python’s standard datetime library uses a different representation timedelta’s. Set string input for nanoseconds using unit 'ns'. Create a Timedelta object

timedelta = pd.Timedelta('10 min 40 ns')

Display the Timedelta

print("Timedelta...
", timedelta)

Return the nanoseconds value

timedelta.nanoseconds

Example

Following is the code

import pandas as pd

# TimeDeltas is Python’s standard datetime library uses a different representation timedelta’s
# set string input for nanoseconds using unit 'ns'
# create a Timedelta object
timedelta = pd.Timedelta('10 min 40 ns')

# display the Timedelta
print("Timedelta...
", timedelta) # return the nanoseconds value res = timedelta.nanoseconds # display the nanoseconds print("
Timedelta (nanoseconds value)...
", res)

Output

This will produce the following code

Timedelta...
0 days 00:10:00.000000040

Timedelta (nanoseconds value)...
40
raja
Updated on 13-Oct-2021 07:48:23

Advertisements