Hello tryout01_, Since you have already mentioned that the code is compiling without any issues, let me assume that you would have already defined the _times function as per the hardware dependencies. If not, please consider the fact that the clock() will expect the _times to make use of the system time operations to fetch the time details. After defining the _times, clean the project and build, if the problem still persists please attach the code for the _times definition from your end. On the other hand, since you have mentioned that your intention is to explore the time taken for the execution of a code block, I would suggest you to explore the FreeRTOS APIs xTaskGetTickCount() or xTaskGetTickCountFromISR() for getting the tick count and convert the number of ticks to milliseconds using configTICK_RATE_HZ
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Hello willsonnate1 , I have not explored the Serval XTcp Server yet. But then again, since XTcp is proprietary protocol, I would suggest you to make use of another device which runs the Serval XTcp Client to connect to the server rather than using the python script. Please note that the stack also suggest to provide proper initial delay after initiating connection to the server, as connection will not be opened immediately. The three-way handshake needs to be completed first. Will this be taken care in your python script ? Once if using the XTcp Client also doesn't take you further, I would suggest you to make sure whether the AppControllerSetup is getting executed properly before starting with WlanConnect_Init(). If still the problem persists, please feel free to post further details as it would be quite interesting to look further.
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