How can I bind a key to show/hide the dock on Ubuntu 20.04?

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I like the idea of being able to hide the dock and use as much screen space as possible, but I get really anoyed with the default bahaviour of the “Auto-hide dock” option. Sometimes I hover the pointer over the dock space, and it just won’t show up, so I have to keep repeating this action until it slides in.
I’d like to bind a key to hide or show the dock (something like a switch key) instead of having to hover the cursor over it to do so. Can someone help me?
PS: If I could use a mouse macro to do so would be even better.

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