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Garrett Stubblefield6,673 Points
Please help. I don't know whether its supposed to be past as arguments or if im just supposed to create them.
The only problems have always resulted from kenneths challenges. Can we not make them more clear.
import datetime def minutes(): dt1 = timedelta(seconds = 100) dt2 = timedelta(seconds = 100) tot = dt1.total_seconds() + dt2.total_seconds() tot = round(tot/60) return tot
Steven Parker210,082 Points
When the instructions ask for a function "that takes two datetimes...", the "takes" indicates what arguments will be passed in. So you might define it like this (actual names are your choice):
def minutes(first, second):
And both "first" and "second" will be datetime values.