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Python Dates and Times in Python Dates and Times Timedelta Minute

Aiden Li
Aiden Li
8,414 Points

Not sure how I'm supposed to fix this...

Watched the video a few time over, but still can't really figure out how to fix it

def minutes(datetime, datetime):
    seconds1 = datetime.today.timdelta.total_seconds()
    seconds2 = datetime.now.timedelta.total_seconds()
    result = seconds2 - seconds1
    minutes = round(result/60)
    return minutes