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In the exercises below, we will continue working with lubridate and examine more features of the library.

Answers to these exercises are available here.

Please check the previous exercise here.

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**Exercise 1**

Here is a string, which looks like:

` dt <- "Apr, 11th 2018 17:00" `

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Convert it to R’s date-time format.

**Exercise 2**

Here is another representation of dt:

` dt <- "2018/04/11 17:00" `

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Convert it to R’s date-time format.

**Exercise 3**

Suppose dt is in this format:

` dt <- "11.4.2018 17" `

Convert it to R’s date-time format.

**Exercise 4**

Lubridate allows you to parse dates and times in a convoluted format into R’s date-time format.

` dt <- "Wed apr 11th 2018 at 7pm" `

Parse it properly using the lubridate’s function.

**Exercise 5**

Suppose I have to parse the 110th day of 2018; how do I achieve that?

**Exercise 6**

Now, suppose you have two strings: “1 2018”, which represents the first quarter of 2018 and “3 2018”, which represents the 3rd quarter of 2018. Using lubridate’s functions, parse it properly.

**Exercise 7**

Suppose you have to parse the 10th week of 2018; please parse it with lubridate.

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