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Jeetender BatraCourses Plus Student 3,028 Points
I did not get this question
I did not understand this question
# If you need help, look up datetime.datetime.fromtimestamp() # Also, remember that you *will not* know how many timestamps # are coming in.
Steven Parker215,939 Points
Those comments are just hints, the actual instructions are at the top of the challenge page. Here's some additional hints, based on the instructions:
- Create a function named timestamp_oldest
- This function will take a variable number of arguments
- The arguments will all be POSIX timestamps
- POSIX timestamps are floats
- The oldest one will be convert to a datetime object
- The oldest time will have the lowest value
- You can .sort() a list of arguments to find the oldest
- The function will return the oldest after conversion.
Does that make it clear?
Carlos Caro9,528 Points
The explanation is clear but I am having issues trying to understand conceptually what a timestamp is.