TypeError: descriptor 'strftime' requires a 'datetime.date' object but received a 'str'

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def dt_to_str(date, fma='%Y-%m-%d'):
    """
    Converts a datetime object to a string.
    """
    return datetime.strftime(fma)

Mar 4 in Python by anonymous
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recategorized Mar 4 by Gitika 930 views

Hey,

datetime.strftime is not a static method, you need to call it on an actual datetime object

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