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Write a function named minutes that takes two
I'm lost. This wasn't shown in the tutorial
import datetime def minutes(day1, day2): day1 = day1.total_seconds() day2 = day2.total_seconds() timedelta.total_seconds() = day1 - day2 return abs(minutes)
Chris FreemanTreehouse Moderator 67,778 Points
Hey riccograves2, you are close.
The arguments are datetime objects, so subtracting them returns a timedelta object.
td_obj = day1 - day2
td_obj has the
since the subtraction returns a TD object you can use the method directly on the result
return abs((day1 - day2).total_seconds()))
Post back if you need more help. Good luck!!!