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I'm not sure I understand what I'm doing wrong here. The format of the arguments match. I'm fairly certain I used the correct directives. Am I misunderstanding the question?
## Examples # to_string(datetime_object) => "24 September 2012" # from_string("09/24/12 18:30", "%m/%d/%y %H:%M") => datetime import datetime to_string = datetime.datetime.strptime('24 September 2012', '%d %B %Y')
Chris FreemanTreehouse Moderator 67,893 Points
Hey Eric Nachtsheim, you have the gist of the mechanics but the challenge is looking for a defined function
to_string that accepts a
datetime object and returns a string.
So wrap your assignment in a function, and operate on the argument instead of a string literal.
to_string is to return a string, so use strftime
Post back if you need more help. Good luck!!!