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Python Dates and Times in Python (2014) Dates and Times Far Away

Sunil Padmanabhan
Sunil Padmanabhan
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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)
    return datetime.timedelta

1 Answer

Try this in your code

import datetime

def far_away(datetime_timedelta_argument):
    datetime_timedelta = datetime.datetime.now() + datetime_timedelta_argument
    return datetime_timedelta