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In case anyone happens to be using Python 3.8 (for future reference, anything above 3.7) upon trying to run the project code you're likely to get the error "AttributeError: module 'time' has no attribute 'clock'".

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This was removed in a python update as noted in it's documentation.

The function time.clock() has been removed, after having been
deprecated since Python 3.3: use time.perf_counter() or
time.process_time() instead, depending on your requirements, to have
well-defined behavior.

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Thanks for sharing... I guess I'm running Python 3.7, which is now outdated... oops!