sleep() function like in other languages. The
setTimeout() method allows you to delay the execution of a function by a specified number of milliseconds. It's similar to the
sleep() function found in other programming languages. The first argument is the function to execute, and the second argument is the delay time.
setInterval() method, like
setTimeout(), delays the execution of a function. However, it continues to call the function at the specified interval until
clearInterval() is called or the window is closed. This makes it more suitable for functions that need to be repeated at regular intervals.
All three methods (
This tutorial provides a comprehensive guide on how to simulate a
async/await. The use of these methods effectively mimics the functionality of the
sleep() function, allowing programmers to incorporate delays in their code execution.
Remember, while these methods can be used to simulate a
sleep() function, they are not identical to the
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