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Kenneth Bagwell Jr3,698 Points
not sure where I'm going wrong here
I'm slightly confused on how to add timedelta to date.time
import datetime def far_away(hours=5): datetime.datetime.now() + far_away.timedelta(hours=1) return datetime
Chris FreemanTreehouse Moderator 68,404 Points
Hey Kenneth Bagwell Jr, you’ve got the right idea but have a few items incorrect.
You seem to understand
timedeltas. The argument passed into the function is already a
timedelta object so it can be directly added to the
You also need to return the result of the addition instead of the
datetime module name. You can return the addition directly, or assign it a name then return that name:
# both are correct return datetime.datetime.now() + hours # or result = datetime.datetime.now() + hours return result
Post back if you need more help. Good luck!!!