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Changed in version 3.6: Removed support of mode=’U’ . Use io.TextIOWrapper for reading compressed text files in universal newlines mode.

Changed in version 3.3: Added support for bzip2 and lzma compression.

Path Objects¶

ZipFile is also a context manager and therefore supports the with statement. In the example, myzip is closed after the with statement’s suite is finished—even if an exception occurs:

If pathname is a file, the filename must end with .py , and just the (corresponding *.pyc ) file is added at the top level (no path information). If pathname is a file that does not end with .py , a RuntimeError will be raised. If it is a directory, and the directory is not a package directory, then all the files *.pyc are added at the top level. If the directory is a package directory, then all *.pyc are added under the package name as a file path, and if any subdirectories are package directories, all of these are added recursively in sorted order.

If the file is created with mode ‘w’ , ‘x’ or ‘a’ and then closed without adding any files to the archive, the appropriate ZIP structures for an empty archive will be written to the file.

Suppose you have a workbook created in an English locale that uses .tde extract data source. The table below shows a column of string data contained in the extract data source.

Here are some common reasons why you might see changes to your date and datetime values in your extract data source using version 10.5 and later.

Date scenario 1

When the extract is stored as physical tables, you cannot append data to it. For logical tables, you can’t append data to extracts that have more than one logical table.

Based on the particular English locale, the format of the date column was determined to follow the MDY (month, day, and year) format. The following tables show what Tableau displays based on this locale when the DATE function is used to convert string values into date values.

Because the date uses the ISO format, the date column always follows the YYYY-MM-DD format. The following tables show what Tableau displays when the DATE function is used to convert string values into date values.