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Why can't Javascript be paused like alert() does?

  • Thread starter Thread starter Barry McNamara
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Barry McNamara

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From what I've researched, Javascript can't be paused except by a few native functions like alert, confirm, and prompt. Why can't this functionality be used without the modal windows? It seems to me that interjecting a split-second pause would be very useful for avoiding execution timeouts.

<p>From what I've researched, Javascript can't be paused except by a few native functions like alert, confirm, and prompt. Why can't this functionality be used without the modal windows? It seems to me that interjecting a split-second pause would be very useful for avoiding execution timeouts.</p>
 

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