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function named time_machine
time_machine didn't return the right datetime.
import datetime starter = datetime.datetime(2015, 10, 21, 16, 29) # Remember, you can't set "years" on a timedelta! # Consider a year to be 365 days. ## Example # time_machine(5, "minutes") => datetime(2015, 10, 21, 16, 34) def time_machine(take_int, the_string): if the_string == 'minutes': offset = datetime.timedelta(minutes=take_int) elif the_string == 'hours': offset = datetime.timedelta(hours=take_int) elif the_string == 'days': offset = datetime.timedelta(days=take_int) else: offset = datetime.timedelta(days=take_int*365) return starter + offset
Steven Parker228,096 Points
return line is indented too far. Where it is now makes it part of the final
else condition, so it isn't being performed in the other cases.
Otherwise, good job!