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Python Dates and Times in Python (2014) Dates and Times Timedelta Minute

I don't see what is wrong with my code, can someone explain why I am getting the wrong number of minutes?

Am I making any errors? Or is there anything wrong with my code that I am not seeing?

import datetime

def minutes(datetimeone, datetimetwo):
    return round((datetimeone-datetimetwo) .seconds/60)

1 Answer

Steven Parker
Steven Parker
229,968 Points

I see a couple of deviations from the instructions:

  • regarding the arguments, the instructions say, "You'll need to subtract the first from the second."
  • for calculating the duration, "and, using timedelta.total_seconds() to get the number of seconds, ..."