Format date as Year/Quarter

If you want to format a date as Year/Quarter, you can use the strftime() function in Python. The format code for Year/Quarter is '%Y/Q%X', where '%Y' represents the year and '%X' represents the quarter.

Here's an example code snippet:

import datetime

date =, 5, 15)
formatted_date = date.strftime('%Y/Q%q')

print(formatted_date) # Output: 2021/Q2

In the code above, we first create a datetime object representing May 15th, 2021. Then we use the strftime() function to format the date as Year/Quarter using the '%Y/Q%X' format code. Finally, we print the formatted date, which in this case is '2021/Q2'.

By using this format code, you can easily format any date as Year/Quarter in Python.

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