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Mike Jensen4,141 Points
I need help with the timedelta minute challenge
I do not understand why this doesn't work. Can somebody please help me here. Thank you in advance.
import datetime def minutes(datetime1, datetime2): difference_sec = datetime2.total_seconds() - datetime1.total_seconds() difference_min = difference_sec / 60 return round.difference_min
Steven Parker210,108 Points
A "datetime" doesn't have a "total_seconds" method. But if you subtract one "datetime" from another, the result will be a "timedelta", and those do have such a method.
Also, "round" is a function; and when you call a function you write its name and then a pair of parentheses where you can place any arguments being passed to it.