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What's missing from this simple time_machine challenge?
Is the time variable starter supposed to be on the inside of the delorean function? To be before, I subtracted the hours passed in to decrease the starter time. When I try it in my workspace, the code runs as expected.
import datetime def delorean(before_start): starter = datetime.datetime(2015, 10, 21, 16, 29) print(starter) jumped = starter - datetime.timedelta(hours=before_start) print(jumped) return jumped jumped_started = delorean(4) print(jumped_started)
Clayton PerszykTreehouse Moderator 46,819 Points
import datetime starter = datetime.datetime(2015, 10, 21, 16, 29) # move this out of function def delorean(before_start): print(starter) jumped = starter + datetime.timedelta(hours=before_start) # + not - print(jumped) return jumped jumped_started = delorean(4) print(jumped_started)
Thank you Clayton. I had used the "-" instead of the "+" because I thought the question asked for before the start time.