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Ralph Hellstern5,390 Points
What is wrong with my code? Thank you!
# If you need help, look up datetime.datetime.fromtimestamp() # Also, remember that you *will not* know how many timestamps # are coming in. import datetime def timestamp_oldest(*args): list1 = [*args] list2 = list1.sort() oldest = list2 return datetime.datetime.fromtimestamp(oldest)