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I'm adding UTC time strings to Bitbucket API responses that currently only contain Amsterdam (!) time strings. For consistency with the UTC time strings returned elsewhere, the desired format is 2011-11-03 11:07:04 (followed by +00:00, but that's not germane).

What's the best way to create such a string (without a microsecond component) from a datetime instance with a microsecond component?

>>> import datetime

>>> print unicode(datetime.datetime.now()) 

2011-11-03 11:13:39.278026

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The best way to create a string without a microsecond component from a datetime instance is by using a datetime object in a specific format that is different from the standard format. You can do it like mentioned below:-

import datetime

datetime.datetime.now().strftime("%Y-%m-%d %H:%M:%S") 

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Another thing you can use the now() function from the datetime module. 

import datetime 

now = datetime.datetime.now()

print(unicode(now.replace(microsecond=0)))

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