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Sunil Padmanabhan1,344 Points
Did understand the Objective of the task
Write a function called far_away that takes one argument, a timedelta. Add that timedelta to datetime.datetime.now() and return the resulting datetime object.
import datetime def far_away(datetime.timedelta) datetime.timedelta=datetime.datetime.now()+timedelta return datetime.timedelta
TEDI YUDI PERMADI3,051 Points
Try this in your code
import datetime def far_away(datetime_timedelta_argument): datetime_timedelta = datetime.datetime.now() + datetime_timedelta_argument return datetime_timedelta print(far_away(datetime.timedelta(hours=7)))