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Joyce NessifCourses Plus Student 3,907 Points
This Challenge isn't accepting perfectly fine code. It works just fine in VS Code
Why isn't this challenge accepting my code?
import datetime def delorean(num): starter = datetime.datetime(2015, 10, 21, 16, 29) ahead = starter.hour + num print(ahead) return datetime.datetime(2015, 10, 21, ahead, 29) delorean(5)
Steven Parker218,583 Points
VScode can only show that you've written something that runs ok, it doesn't check to see if the code does what the instructions asked for (or not).
In this case, the challenge:
- did not ask for the function print anything
- did not ask for code to to call the function
- did not ask for the definition of "starter" to be moved into the function