The calendar module supplies calendar-related functions, including functions to print a text calendar for a given month or year.
By default, calendar takes Monday as the first day of the week and Sunday as the last one. To change this, call calendar.setfirstweekday() function.
Here is a list of functions available with the calendar module −
|Sr.No||Function with Description|
Returns a multiline string with a calendar for year year formatted into three columns separated by c spaces. w is the width in characters of each date; each line has length 21*w+18+2*c. l is the number of lines for each week.
Returns the current setting for the weekday that starts each week. By default, when calendar is first imported, this is 0, meaning Monday.
Returns True if year is a leap year; otherwise, False.
Returns the total number of leap days in the years within range(y1,y2).
Returns a multiline string with a calendar for month month of year year, one line per week plus two header lines. w is the width in characters of each date; each line has length 7*w+6. l is the number of lines for each week.
Returns a list of lists of ints. Each sublist denotes a week. Days outside month month of year year are set to 0; days within the month are set to their day-of-month, 1 and up.
Returns two integers. The first one is the code of the weekday for the first day of the month month in year year; the second one is the number of days in the month. Weekday codes are 0 (Monday) to 6 (Sunday); month numbers are 1 to 12.
Like print calendar.calendar(year,w,l,c).
Like print calendar.month(year,month,w,l).
Sets the first day of each week to weekday code weekday. Weekday codes are 0 (Monday) to 6 (Sunday).
The inverse of time.gmtime: accepts a time instant in time-tuple form and returns the same instant as a floating-point number of seconds since the epoch.
Returns the weekday code for the given date. Weekday codes are 0 (Monday) to 6 (Sunday); month numbers are 1 (January) to 12 (December).