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Jorge GrajedaPython Development Techdegree Student 3,111 Points
dt.py task 3 of 4
I don't understand the the error regarding how the Two variable holds the Now variable.
import datetime now = datetime.datetime.now(treehouse_start.replace(hour=14, minute=0, second=0, microsecond=0) two = now
Steven Parker224,936 Points
This code has unbalanced parentheses, which is probably contributing to a confusing response message.
But more importantly, the
now() method does not need any argument(s)!