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it seems to me that I do every thing right (like in presentation video), however I get an error: "paris is not a datetime object"
import datetime naive = datetime.datetime(2015, 10, 21, 4, 29) pacific = datetime.timezone(datetime.timedelta(hours=-8)) hill_valley = datetime.datetime(2015, 10, 21, 4, 29, tzinfo=pacific) paris = datetime.timezone(datetime.timedelta(hours=+1)) hill_valley.astimezone(paris)
Kenneth LoveTreehouse Guest Teacher
paris timezones are built correctly.
You really should use
hill_valley instead of rewriting the whole thing, but, grading-wise, it'll pass either way.
paris, while a well-built timezone, isn't supposed to be a timezone. It's supposed to be
hill_valley.astimezone() with an appropriate timezone.