DatetimeIndex.time outputs an Index object containing the time values present in each of the DatetimeIndex object records.
Return: numpy array of python datetime.time p>
Example # 1: Use the
DatetimeIndex.time attribute to find the time portion of a DatetimeIndex object.
Now we want to find part of the DatetimeIndex object all the time.
As we can see in the output, the function returned an Index object containing time values, present in every record of the DatetimeIndex.
Example # 2: Use the
DatetimeIndex.time attribute to find the time portion of the DatetimeIndex.
Now we want to find in All time part of the DatetimeIndex object.
As we can see in the output, the function returned an Index object containing the time values present in each record of the DatetimeIndex object.
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