Ari Wira Saputra

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# Days_11 525,600 minutes

Use the power of breaking a program down into its parts. We could Google this, but why not make a program for this instead.

```60 seconds = 1 minute 60 minutes = 1 hour 24 hours = 1 day 31 days = 1 month 12 months = 1 year 365 days = 1 year 366 day = 1 leap year (this is every four years)```

``````class times():
def __init__(self, seconds=0, minutes=0, hours=0, days=0, months=0, year=0):
self.seconds = seconds
self.minutes = minutes
self.hours = hours
self.days = days
self.months = months
self.year = year

def konversi_second(self):
if self.seconds == "M" or self.seconds == "m" :
self.seconds = int(input("Masukan Nilainya secondnya: "))
t = self.seconds / 60
print(t, "menit")
elif self.seconds == "H" or self.seconds == "h":
self.seconds = int(input("Masukan Nilainya secondnya: "))
t = self.seconds / 3600
print(t, "Hours")
else:
print("Masukan Nilai Yang bener")
def Konversi_Menit(self):
if self.minutes == "S" or self.minutes== "s" :
self.minutes = int(input("Masukan Nilainya menitnya: "))
t = self.minutes * 60
print(t, "Second")
elif self.minutes == "H" or self.minutes == "h" :
self.minutes = int(input("Masukan Nilainya menitnya: "))
t = self.minutes / 60
print(t, "Hours")
else:
print("Masukan Nilai Yang bener!!")

def call():
t = times()
t.seconds = input("Masukkan nilai konversi second(menit atau jam) M/H: ")
t.konversi_second()
t.minutes = input("Masukkan nilai konversi Menit(second ke jam)  S/H:")
t.Konversi_Menit()

call()
``````