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im a little confused on how to use the replace method
please help me
import datetime now=datetime.datetime.now()
Or you could see the example in the teacher's notes (or in the docs). The one in the teacher's notes is close to what the challenge is asking:
>>> import datetime >>> now = datetime.datetime.now() >>> morning = now.replace(hour=9, minute=0)
You basically can take an existing date and replace parts by specifying the date part to replace along with a new value. The above takes now and replaces the hour with 9 and the minute with 0.