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Introduction
Time
3. Time object: internal elements
Date
Datetime
Summary

## Instruction

Good job! Internally, time objects consist of four elements: hour, minute, second, and microsecond. To get a specific element, you can use the following syntax:

fra_mad_scheduled = datetime.time(9, 30, 0)



As you can see, we used the dot operator (.) to get the specific hour, minute, second, or microsecond element.

## Exercise

Modify the template from the previous exercise so that it formats time in the following way:

Typical work start time is 8.45

Note that we expect the hour and minutes to be separated with a dot (.), and not a colon (:), which is the default time format.

Note: from now on, we will be importing the datetime module for you. 🙂

### Stuck? Here's a hint!

You'll have to extract the hour and minute elements separately and add a dot between them.