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Python Dates and Times in Python Dates and Times Time Tango

help with time_tango function takes a date and a time and returns a combination of the two in form of a datetime object.

Write a function named time_tango that takes a date and a time. It should combine them into a datetime and return it.

import datetime

def time_tango(date, time):
    return datetime.combine(date, time)

1 Answer

Steven Tagawa
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Steven Tagawa
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"datetime" is the module/file, and "datetime" is also the class. So when you're accessing methods of the datetime class, like .combine, you have to write datetime.datetime -- so, datetime.datetime.combine.