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Author p-ganssle
Recipients belopolsky, lemburg, p-ganssle
Date 2019-02-15.14:28:36
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Datetime has many methods that "serializes" an instance to some other format - toordinal, timestamp, isoformat, etc. Most methods that "serialize" a datetime have a corresponding method that "deserializes" that method, or another way to reverse the operation:

- strftime / strptime
- timestamp / fromtimestamp
- isoformat / fromisoformat
- toordinal / fromordinal
- timetuple / datetime(*thetuple[0:6])

However, as I found out when implementing `dateutil.parser.isoparse`, there is no simple way to invert `isocalendar()`.

I have an implementation as part of dateutil.parser.isoparse:

If there are no objections, I'd like to add an implementation in CPython itself. Thinking the name should be `fromisocalendar`.
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