businesslen

Calculate business days/hours between two datetimes


Keywords
business, calculator, days, duration, hours, length, python
License
MIT
Install
pip install businesslen==1.0.0

Documentation

businesslen

Overview

This Python package calculates the business hours/days* between two datetimes. It is possible to customize the work week schedule and list of holidays.

The default work week schedule is 9 AM to 5 PM, Monday to Friday, with a lunch break from 12 PM to 1 PM. The default holiday schedule is US from the package holidays.

* Business days are eight-hour workday.

Installation

pip install businesslen

Usage

from datetime import datetime

from businesslen import BusinessLen


start_dt = datetime(2020, 2, 10, 8, 5, 12)
end_dt = datetime(2020, 2, 12, 16, 37, 28)

bl = BusinessLen()
bl.hours(start_dt, end_dt) # 20.62
bl.days()  # 2.58

Documentation

def __init__(workweek_schedule, lunch_hour, offdays):
    """"Keyword arguments:
    workweek_schedule --
        a dict that defines weekly work hours; has following format
        {
            0: (9, 17),
            ...
            6: ()
        }
        The key is an int following datetime weekday() function where
        Monday is 0 and Sunday is 6. The value is a tuple with two ints:
        the start hour and the end hour in 24 hour format (0 to 23).
    lunch_hour -- int
    offdays -- either an ISO country code or tuple of datetime dates to be
               considered as holidays
    """

def hours(self, start_dt, end_dt):
    """Return business hours.

    Keyword arguments:
    start_dt -- datetime object of start time
    end_dt -- datetime object of end time
    """

def days(self):
    """Return business days."""

Off-hours are not not added. For example, if end_dt is 30 minutes past work hours, those 30 minutes will be ignored.

Input verification is done upon object initialization and each calculation. ValueError is raised with corresponding error message if something is wrong.