Author belopolsky
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Date 2010-12-08.17:58:09
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> ValueError: time data '2010 14 58 01 3 342 \x93\x8c\x8b\x9e (\x95W\x8f\x80\x8e\x9e)' does not match format '%Y %H %M %S %w %j %Z'

This looks like valid cp932 data to me
>>> b'2010 14 58 01 3 342 \x93\x8c\x8b\x9e (\x95W\x8f\x80\x8e\x9e)'.decode('cp932')
'2010 14 58 01 3 342 東京 (標準時)'

Please help me with Japanese, but I think the above means Tokyo timezone.  However, strftime should have produced decoded unicode strings, not raw cp932 in a str.  What does time.strftime('%Z') return on your system?
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