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Python Dates and Times in Python Dates and Times Timedelta Minute

Pitrov Secondary
Pitrov Secondary
5,121 Points

How do I round time minutes?

It says I have to round the minutes. I do not know how to, please help me!

Thanks!

minutes.py
import datetime

def minutes(time1, time2):
    if time1.timedelta.total_seconds() > time2.timedelta.total_seconds():

1 Answer

Oskar Lundberg
Oskar Lundberg
9,510 Points

Hey there! Here is my solution to the challenge, hope it helps :D

import datetime

def minutes(time1, time2):
    difference = time2 - time1 # Creates a timedelta
    diff_seconds = difference.total_seconds() # calls the total_second() function on the timedelta to get the total seconds.
    diff_minutes = diff_seconds / 60 # divides the seconds by 60, to get the total minutes.
    return round(diff_minutes) # rounds the minutes to get a whole number. (and returns it)