```
def add_time(time, duration, day='Rola Grossa'):
import math
clock, period = time.split()
hours, minutes = clock.split(":")
add_hours, add_minutes = duration.split(":")
# converting the hours into minutes and casting the minutes
total_minutes_std_hour = (int(hours.strip()) * 60)
total_minutes_add_hours = (int(add_hours.strip()) * 60)
std_minutes = int(minutes.strip())
add_minutes = int(add_minutes.strip())
# total of hours combined
total_minutes = int(total_minutes_std_hour + total_minutes_add_hours + std_minutes + add_minutes)
total_minutes_left = int((total_minutes_std_hour + total_minutes_add_hours + std_minutes + add_minutes) % 60)
total_hours = total_minutes / 60
# defining a standard for AM and PM
periods = 0
if period == "AM":
periods = 0
else:
periods = 1
# counting the number of periods
periods += math.ceil(total_hours / 12)
# defining the specific printing period of the clock
indicator_of_period = 0
if periods % 2 != 0:
indicator_of_period = "AM"
else:
indicator_of_period = "PM"
# data that will be printed in the clock
clock_minutes = total_minutes_left
if clock_minutes < 10:
clock_minutes = '0' + str(clock_minutes)
clock_hour = total_hours
days = periods / 2
day_message = 0
if clock_hour >= 12:
clock_hour = clock_hour % 12
if indicator_of_period == "PM" and int(clock_hour) == 0:
clock_hour = 12
if float(days) < 1:
day_message = "Same day"
elif float(days) > 1 and days <= 2:
day_message = "(next day)"
else:
day_message = str(math.ceil(days)) + " days later)"
days = math.floor(periods / 2)
days_of_the_week = ("Sunday", "Monday", "Tuesday", "Wednesday", "Thrusday", "Friday", "Saturday")
if day not in days_of_the_week:
returning_data = str(int(clock_hour)) + ":" + str(clock_minutes) + " " + indicator_of_period + " (" + day_message
print(returning_data)
elif day in days_of_the_week:
if day == "Monday":
day = (1 + days) % 7
day = days_of_the_week[day]
elif day == "Tuesday":
day = (2 + days) % 7
day = days_of_the_week[day]
elif day == "Wednesday":
day = (3 + days) % 7
day = days_of_the_week[day]
elif day == "Thursday":
day = (4 + days) % 7
day = days_of_the_week[day]
elif day == "Friday":
day = (5 + days) % 7
day = days_of_the_week[day]
elif day == "Saturday":
day = (6 + days) % 7
day = days_of_the_week[day]
else:
day = days % 7
day = days_of_the_week[day]
returning_data = str(int(clock_hour)) + ":" + str(clock_minutes) + " " + indicator_of_period + " " + day + " (" + day_message
print(returning_data)
```

Welcome to the forum. Happy to help, but could you describe what problem you are experiencing with your code and any steps you have tried already?

Thank you ccwoolfolk.

Actually I wrote this code on Sublime Text and ran on terminal, and tried the tests there and It all behaved normally.

When I copy and paste the same code here on FreeCodeCamp, it doesn’t work at all. I don’t even know why or where to start checking. It just don’t run.

please share yor repl

Hello Eduardo,

If you change the way your function returns the value?. I think the problem could be that you are printing a value and not returning a value.

Hope it can help you.

Here are the few issues I observed

- Remove the strip() function used in conjunction with int conversion
- Instead of using print(returning_data) use “return returning_data”

Hey there! I noticed you used the ‘math’ module, and, as someone who’s just about to start the project, I was wondering if one would run into any issues using that since the project said we shouldn’t import any libraries. Hope you figured out your code in the end!

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