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Python Dates and Times in Python Where on Earth do Timezones Make Sense? Actually, Use pytz Instead

Igor Bochenek
Igor Bochenek
3,960 Points

pytz.timezone I received this error when i was trying

AttributeError: module 'pytz' has no attribute 'timezone' i received this error when i tried to use pytz.timezone i have installed and upgrade pytz lib so i dont know what am i doing wrong

2 Answers

Jackson Lai
Jackson Lai
3,538 Points

maybe you forgot to import pytz in your code?

I installed pytz via pip and imported and getting the same error