Print all day-dates between two dates

Using a list comprehension:

from datetime import date, timedelta

d1 = date(2008,8,15)
d2 = date(2008,9,15)

# this will give you a list containing all of the dates
dd = [d1 + timedelta(days=x) for x in range((d2-d1).days + 1)]

for d in dd:
    print d

# you can't join dates, so if you want to use join, you need to
# cast to a string in the list comprehension:
ddd = [str(d1 + timedelta(days=x)) for x in range((d2-d1).days + 1)]
# now you can join
print "\n".join(ddd)

I came up with this:

from datetime import date, timedelta

start_date = date(2008, 8, 15) 
end_date = date(2008, 9, 15)    # perhaps

delta = end_date - start_date   # returns timedelta

for i in range(delta.days + 1):
    day = start_date + timedelta(days=i)

The output:


Your question asks for dates in-between but I believe you meant including the start and end points, so they are included. To remove the end date, delete the "+ 1" at the end of the range function. To remove the start date, insert a 1 argument to the beginning of the range function.