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Guys, I'm in that point where I did it a million times and I probably started making it worse without noticing it. Can anybody help me here?
import datetime starter = datetime.datetime(2015, 10, 21, 16, 29) # Remember, you can't set "years" on a timedelta! # Consider a year to be 365 days. ## Example # time_machine(5, "minutes") => datetime(2015, 10, 21, 16, 34) def time_machine(duration, unit): if unit == 'minutes': offset = datetime.timedelta(minutes = duration) elif unit == 'hours': offset = datetime.timedelta(hours = duration) elif unit == 'years': offset = datetime.timedelta(days = duration * 360) return starter + offset
Chris FreemanTreehouse Moderator 66,739 Points
You are very close! I see the following errors:
- missing option for "days" units
- year has 365 days not 360
- no default value for
offsetwhich causes a "reference before assignment error
Post back if you need more help. Good Luck!!