Hi guys, I just completed this level and here is my link to the repository over at github
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hi manicphase! great job on the code. very nice use of functions. interesting how you called enterSearchTerm() from searchTwitter() and vice versa. if the program was running indefinitely i think you would run into an issue with call stack depth since each time you call the function it's adding to the call stack without returning. but, that's entirely unlikely to be a problem for a program like this :).
I'm using windows and I was trying to work out a way to make it so you could run in cmd by double clicking but stop the console window disappearing as soon as the search finishes. I don't think it's meant to be though. I might get on some tkintering when i wake up.