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Python Dates and Times in Python (2014) Dates and Times Timedelta Minute

stage 1 dates and times

Challenge Task 1 of 1

Write a function named minutes that takes two datetimes and returns the number of minutes, rounded, between them. The first will always be older and the second newer. You'll need to subtract the first from the second.

import datetime
def minutes(datetime1, datetime2):
  return round(6.75)((datetime2-datetime1).seconds/60)

1 Answer

Kenneth Love
Kenneth Love
Treehouse Guest Teacher

Look at your return statement. You first do round(6.75) and then you use that like a function and try to call it with the math you should actually be doing. You can't call an integer as a function.