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Kennedy Malonga19,206 Points
Create a new function named from_string that takes two arguments: a date as a string and an strftime-compatible format s
## Examples # to_string(datetime_object) => "24 September 2012" # from_string("09/24/12 18:30", "%m/%d/%y %H:%M") => datetime import datetime def to_string(date1): return date1.strftime("%d %B %Y") def from_string('datetime', format): return datetime.datetime.strftime("09/24/12 18:30", "%m/%d/%y %H:%M")
Steven Parker225,664 Points
You were closer in your previous question about this exercise.
- it's not valid syntax to use a string literal as a parameter name
- you need to use both of the passed arguments in the method
- you won't need to use any literal values in the method