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Python The Problem: For Loops

Andy McDonald
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Andy McDonald
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Strptime is saying I'm giving it a datetime but describes the value as a string on the previous line of code.

When I run this loop the first run says strptime needs a string not a datetime, but as you'll see I'm printing the variable holding the datetime argument for strptime on the previous line and it will tell me its a string.

Here's my snapshot: https://w.trhou.se/odasr3qe37

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Steven Parker
Steven Parker
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It's not clear which of the 3 files in the snapshot should be used, but none of them seem to generate the error you describe.