pascal sleep

In Pascal, the Sleep procedure is used to pause the execution of a program for a specified number of milliseconds. The syntax for using Sleep in Pascal is as follows:




In the above code, milliseconds is the number of milliseconds that the program will pause for. For example, if you want to pause the program for 1 second, you would use Sleep(1000).

Note that in order to use the Sleep procedure in Pascal, you need to include the SysUtils unit at the beginning of your program by using the uses keyword.

This procedure is useful when you want to introduce a delay in your program, for example, to create a pause between two actions or to slow down a loop.

That's all you need to know about using the Sleep procedure in Pascal.