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Dolorean function, how to add hours to a datetime
the answer is probably simple, I might have to review the previous section.
import datetime starter = datetime.datetime(2015, 10, 21, 16, 29) def delorean(int): return starter.hour + int
Pete P7,613 Points
What you're currently returning is just the value of hour from starter increased by the int. But, you need to return an entire datetime that's hour has been increased by int.
Time can be added to a datetime using datetime.timedelta
Try it out and answer back if you're still stuck.
Thanks a lot!