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unresolved refference 'datetime'

Hey everyone, when i'm doing the joined_at i'm getting an unresolved reference 'datetime' why?

2 Answers

Steven Parker
Steven Parker
229,578 Points

Did you import datetime ?

Otherwise, it would help to see your code, or better yet, make a snapshot of the workspace and provide the link to it.

it's probably because i'm doing this locally but it worked :)

Kyle Salisbury
Kyle Salisbury
Full Stack JavaScript Techdegree Student 16,363 Points

I was trying the same thing on PyCharm and it took me a second to figure it out. You have to first install datetime. Then you must import datetime from datetime. That was my problem at least.