Have you ever needed to make your Python program wait for something? You might use a Python sleep() call to simulate a delay in your program. Perhaps you need to wait for a file to upload or download, or for a graphic to load or be drawn to the screen. You might even need to pause between calls to a web API, or between queries to a database. Adding Python sleep() calls to your program can help in each of these cases, and many more!
In this course, you’ll learn:
The basics of time.sleep()
How you can use timeit to measure your code’s execution time
How to use time.sleep() to build an uptime bot
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