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Jake Williams2,667 Points
I got it to pass once however I have no idea how I did it hence why I went back to do it again and now I haven't the slightest idea what I did before.
import datetime ## Examples # to_string(datetime_object) => "24 September 2012" # from_string("09/24/12 18:30", "%m/%d/%y %H:%M") => datetime def to_string(datetime): return (datetime.strftime('%d %B %Y')) def from_string("09/24/12", "%d %B %Y"): return datetime.strptime("09/24/12", "%d %B %Y")
Chris FreemanTreehouse Moderator 66,727 Points
Hey Jake Williams, two items to fix in
- the parameters should be variable names and not string literals. These parameters should be used as arguments in the
- the method
strptimeis a method of the
datetimeobject not the
datetimemodule. So use
Post back if you need more help. Good luck!!!