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Javier Perez Narvaez14,984 Points
Hi Team, this function return string in the format request
import datetime def to_string(): now = datetime.datetime.now() return (now.strftime('%d %B %Y'))
Your string is correctly formatted, but the challenge expects your function to take a datetime object as a parameter, such as
to_string(datetime_object), rather than wanting you to create a datetime object.