numpy.datetime64() method we can get the date in a numpy array in a specific format, i.e. year-month-day using
numpy. datetime64 () .
Return: strong> Return the date in a format `yyyy-mm-dd`.
Example # 1:
In this example, we see that with
numpy.datetime64 () we can get the date in a specific format i.e. yyyy-mm-dd.
array (`2019-08-26 ′, dtype =` datetime64 [D] `)
Example # 2:
array (`2019-08-01 ′, dtype =` datetime64 [D] `)
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