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Jason Smith6,946 Points
name 'timedelta' is not defined. Any hints? Help appreciated
i imported the library, so i'm not sure why it doesn't accept what i gave it.
import datetime def minutes(datetime_1,datetime_2): seconds_1 = timedelta.totalseconds(datetime_1) seconds_2 = timedelta.totalseconds(datetime_2) return round((seconds_2 - seconds_1) / 60)
I think I found the problem:
import datetime seconds_1 = datetime.timedelta(seconds=5)
datetime is the module that contains the class
timedelta receives a parameter named
seconds (among others)