the timestamp you got from by web service?
read below :
T doesn't really stand for anything. It is just the separator that the ISO 8601 combined date-time format requires. You can read it as an abbreviation for Time.
Z stands for the Zero timezone, as it is offset by 0 from the Coordinated Universal Time (UTC).
Both characters are just static letters in the format, which is why they are not documented by the
datetime.strftime() method. You could have used
Monty Python and the method would have returned them unchanged as well; the method only looks for patterns starting with
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