no leading 0 on times from DateFormatter

If I use the DateFormatter, like this:

mydateformatter = DateFormatter("%b%d \n %I:%M%p", self._tz)

I’ll get dates like (note the time part):

Nov 27 2011
03:00 PM

Instead, I’d like to lose the zero on times, like:

Nov 27 2011
3:00 PM

Is there a way to do that?

Thanks,
Che

I believe if you put a '-' sign in there, it will work

DateFormatter("%b%d \n %-I:%M%p", self._tz)

daryl

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On Sun, Jan 29, 2012 at 10:10 PM, C M <cmpython@...287...> wrote:

If I use the DateFormatter, like this:

mydateformatter =

I'll get dates like (note the time part):

Nov 27 2011
03:00 PM

Instead, I'd like to lose the zero on times, like:

Nov 27 2011
3:00 PM

Is there a way to do that?

Thanks, but that doesn’t work. If I use that, I get all times listed as 1:00 AM.

Che

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On Mon, Jan 30, 2012 at 12:32 PM, Daryl Herzmann <akrherz@…667…> wrote:

On Sun, Jan 29, 2012 at 10:10 PM, C M <cmpython@…287…> wrote:

If I use the DateFormatter, like this:

mydateformatter =

I’ll get dates like (note the time part):

Nov 27 2011

03:00 PM

Instead, I’d like to lose the zero on times, like:

Nov 27 2011

3:00 PM

Is there a way to do that?

I believe if you put a ‘-’ sign in there, it will work

DateFormatter("%b%d \n %-I:%M%p", self._tz)

daryl