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Parse a date from a string.

This function uses the date format for the locale as a hint to determine
the order in which the date fields appear in the string.

>>> parse_date('4/1/04', locale='en_US')
datetime.date(2004, 4, 1)
>>> parse_date('01.04.2004', locale='de_DE')
datetime.date(2004, 4, 1)
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        def parse_date(string, locale=LC_TIME):
    """Parse a date from a string.

    This function uses the date format for the locale as a hint to determine
    the order in which the date fields appear in the string.

    >>> parse_date('4/1/04', locale='en_US')
    datetime.date(2004, 4, 1)
    >>> parse_date('01.04.2004', locale='de_DE')
    datetime.date(2004, 4, 1)

    :param string: the string containing the date
    :param locale: a `Locale` object or a locale identifier
    """
    # TODO: try ISO format first?
    format = get_date_format(locale=locale).pattern.lower()
    year_idx = format.index('y')
    month_idx = format.index('m')
    if month_idx < 0:
        month_idx = format.index('l')
    day_idx = format.index('d')

    indexes = [(year_idx, 'Y'), (month_idx, 'M'), (day_idx, 'D')]
    indexes.sort()
    indexes = dict([(item[1], idx) for idx, item in enumerate(indexes)])

    # FIXME: this currently only supports numbers, but should also support month
    #        names, both in the requested locale, and english

    numbers = re.findall('(\d+)', string)
    year = numbers[indexes['Y']]
    if len(year) == 2:
        year = 2000 + int(year)
    else:
        year = int(year)
    month = int(numbers[indexes['M']])
    day = int(numbers[indexes['D']])
    if month > 12:
        month, day = day, month
    return date(year, month, day)
        


src/w/e/webapp2_example-HEAD/lib/webapp2_extras/i18n.py   webapp2_example(Download)
            The parsed date object.
        """
        return dates.parse_date(string, locale=self.locale)
 
    def parse_datetime(self, string):

src/a/p/appscale-HEAD/AppServer/lib/webapp2-2.5.2/webapp2_extras/i18n.py   appscale(Download)
            The parsed date object.
        """
        return dates.parse_date(string, locale=self.locale)
 
    def parse_datetime(self, string):

src/a/p/appscale-HEAD/AppServer/lib/webapp2-2.5.1/webapp2_extras/i18n.py   appscale(Download)
            The parsed date object.
        """
        return dates.parse_date(string, locale=self.locale)
 
    def parse_datetime(self, string):

src/a/p/appscale-HEAD/AppServer/lib/webapp2-2.3/webapp2_extras/i18n.py   appscale(Download)
            The parsed date object.
        """
        return dates.parse_date(string, locale=self.locale)
 
    def parse_datetime(self, string):

src/k/a/KalaPy-0.4.2/kalapy/i18n/format.py   KalaPy(Download)
def parse_date(string):
    """Parse a date from a string.
    """
    return dates.parse_date(string, locale=get_locale())
 

src/k/a/kalapy-HEAD/kalapy/i18n/format.py   kalapy(Download)
def parse_date(string):
    """Parse a date from a string.
    """
    return dates.parse_date(string, locale=get_locale())
 

src/g/o/google-app-engine-HEAD/lib/webapp2-2.5.2/webapp2_extras/i18n.py   google-app-engine(Download)
            The parsed date object.
        """
        return dates.parse_date(string, locale=self.locale)
 
    def parse_datetime(self, string):

src/g/o/google-app-engine-HEAD/lib/webapp2-2.5.1/webapp2_extras/i18n.py   google-app-engine(Download)
            The parsed date object.
        """
        return dates.parse_date(string, locale=self.locale)
 
    def parse_datetime(self, string):

src/g/o/google-app-engine-HEAD/lib/webapp2-2.3/webapp2_extras/i18n.py   google-app-engine(Download)
            The parsed date object.
        """
        return dates.parse_date(string, locale=self.locale)
 
    def parse_datetime(self, string):

src/g/o/googleappengine-python-HEAD/lib/webapp2-2.5.2/webapp2_extras/i18n.py   googleappengine-python(Download)
            The parsed date object.
        """
        return dates.parse_date(string, locale=self.locale)
 
    def parse_datetime(self, string):

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