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Taming Time in Python

Timers, stopwatches, threading and more.

So your project demands that you do something with time and you find the subject a little hard to approach ? I’ve been there a few times and so I wanted to write a little about time related things in Python, (mostly to keep track) come along I’ll try my best to make it beginner friendly.

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