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Is this Right?
I tried combining a date and time, as I was asked by the prompt, but the challenge wouldn't accept my code.
However, when I run it in the console, assigning date to one variable and time to another, combine them and use datetime.datetime.strptime to format it to a datetime object, it succeeds.
What am I doing wrong?
import datetime current_date = '2015-07-08 ' current_time = '12:19' def time_tango(current_date, current_time): current_date_time = current_date + current_time return datetime.datetime.strptime(current_date_time, '%Y-%m-%d %H:%M')
Russell SawyerFront End Web Development Techdegree Student 15,705 Points
The two parameters date and time are not strings, they are date and time objects. The package datetime actually has a method called combine which is used when we want to combine a date object with a time object (into a datetime object). Return the two objects combined. Here is the link to the documentation.
import datetime def time_tango(date, time): return datetime.datetime.combine(date, time)
Right! Thank you Russell! I forgot that Kenneth had shown us the combine method at work.