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Dates and times in Python. time_tango function
I don't have any idea why it is wrong:
import datetime def time_tango(date, time): result = datetime.datetime.combine(date.date(), time.time()) return result
Son, All you have to do is remove
.time(). The challenge will be succesful.
Oh God! I thought given parameters are datetime objects and I need to extract only date or time from them. Thank you