isocalendar()

isocalendar() : to get ISO year, ISO week number, ISO weekday

Today's isoncalendar()
from datetime import date
dt=date.today()
print(dt.isocalendar())
Output
(2019, 38, 2)
Using date and time object
from datetime import date
dt=date(2019,12,31)
print(dt.isocalendar())
Output
(2020, 1, 2)
All Date Objects

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