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How to Generate a Date Series in Python

Assume that you want to generate a date series in Python having as input the start and the end date. Let’s see how we can achieve that.

import datetime

# define the start and the end date
sdate = '2023-09-10'
edate = '2023-09-14'

# define the date format
date_format = '%Y-%m-%d'

# convert the string objects to datetime and then to dates
sdate = datetime.datetime.strptime(sdate, date_format).date()
edate = datetime.datetime.strptime(edate, date_format).date()

# using list comprehension generate the list of dates
date_lst = [str(sdate+datetime.timedelta(days=x)) for x in range((edate-sdate).days)]



['2023-09-10', '2023-09-11', '2023-09-12', '2023-09-13']

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