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How do I make a JavaScript function wait before executing (sleep / delay)?

On Wednesday, September 21st 2005 at 06:13 AM
By Andrew Pociu (View Profile)
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You'll need to enclose the code that you want to execute after the delay in a function (Func1()). This function will then be called with a delay, in our case from another function (Func1Delay()).

<script type="text/javascript">
function Func1()
{
alert("Delayed 3 seconds");
}

function Func1Delay()
{
setTimeout("Func1()", 3000);
}

</script>


Then you simply call Func1Delay() which in turn calls Func1() but with a delay of 3000 milliseconds (3 seconds):

<body onload="Func1Delay()">
</body>

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by HSIM on Thursday, November 24th 2005 at 03:45 AM

Wait there,

It does not work in a more complex situations where you need to run several commands in sequence. setTimeout() will immediately return and execution continues right away, after the call to Func1Delay function. Only Func1 will execute 3 seconds later.

by Andrei Pociu on Thursday, November 24th 2005 at 04:53 AM

Indeed, that's how the setTimeout() function works, it takes the function that should be delayed as a parameter (argument).
But you can, of course, call the other functions from Func1().

by Darren Kulp on Wednesday, May 24th 2006 at 11:15 AM

The real problem is that this method cannot delay a function's return, which makes for very inelegant code in some cases.

by formoney on Tuesday, June 20th 2006 at 04:27 PM

Do not we have any javascript function which delays the current function in which it is called like Thread.Sleep function.

by Mike on Thursday, July 13th 2006 at 08:28 AM

This isn't good in all cases, but it worked for what I needed. It was part of a larger class function, but you can break it out if you need. I usually set "var my = this" at the beginning of any JS class for prettiness, so within the class you'd call this like: my.Sleep(5); Outside the class, can also call it using whatever you set the object name as (objMyClass.Sleep(5)). Oh... I usually give odd internal function names like that... since they are more or less irrelevant, I like to get creative =]

this.Sleep = function ZZzzzZZzzzzzzZZZz(naptime){
naptime = naptime * 1000;
var sleeping = true;
var now = new Date();
var alarm;
var startingMSeconds = now.getTime();
alert("starting nap at timestamp: " + startingMSeconds + "\nWill sleep for: " + naptime + " ms");
while(sleeping){
alarm = new Date();
alarmMSeconds = alarm.getTime();
if(alarmMSeconds - startingMSeconds > naptime){ sleeping = false; }
}
alert("Wakeup!");
}

Anyway, there you go.
-mike

by Matt on Thursday, August 10th 2006 at 12:08 PM

This is basically the same thing that mike said, just condensed into an easy to use function

function wait(msecs)
{
var start = new Date().getTime();
var cur = start
while(cur - start < msecs)
{
cur = new Date().getTime();
}
}

to use:

alert(\"Will wait for one second\");
wait(1000);
alert(\"Finished waiting\");

Not exactly sure about the resolution, but it is close enough for goverment work.

by Alvaro on Monday, September 11th 2006 at 03:23 PM

I think (tested) that use a for/while makes hard CPU use.
I don't know why people don't like to use setTimeout, since it's the only standard-crossbrowser tool developers have, and offer work asynchronously.
What I can't figure out is how to make a easy function that idles N msecs...
Saludos!!

by Damodar on Friday, March 9th 2007 at 06:51 AM

Hi

I am working on a project where I am triggering an onMouseover event on the links that are related to file names for displaying the the file properties on a popup window using AJAX. I wanted to delay my ajax call so that when an user moves his mouse over the page it will not hit the database needlessly. I want to make one second delay before the call. But I can't succeed doing this. You will be highly appreciated if you help me out as soon as possible.

by cain on Monday, June 4th 2007 at 07:34 PM

Hi everyone,

For example, i want to show my table values, but each one within a time delay, as following.

cell_1_1 ...(time)...cell_1_2...(time)...cell_1_3...

I haven't found how to do it with setTimeOut function.

if sombpdy knows, please let me know.

Saludos!!!

by hryniak on Saturday, July 7th 2007 at 07:36 AM

I use setTimeout for bliking my row table. When i using while for wait cpu then i have hard usage CPU. SetTimeout is light for CPU and browser and it worls pretty well, buuut:) example don\'t use pointer to object tr, just id name ( somtimes i\'m lazy ;)

function burn_row( param, iter, delay )
{
this_row = document.getElementById( param );

if( iter <= 0 ) return;

if( iter % 2 )
this_row.style.background = \'#00FF00\';
else
this_row.style.background = \'#FF0000\';

func_def = \"burn_row( \'\"+param+\"\', \"+(iter-1)+\", \"+delay+\");\";
setTimeout( func_def, delay );

return;
}

calling:

<table>
<tr id=\"moj_tr\" onClick=\"burn_row( \'my_tr\', 10, 3000 );\">
<td>hryniak</td>
</tr>
</table>

by Mike on Friday, October 3rd 2008 at 12:05 PM

Thanks for the help!
It worked great!!

by dponnet on Wednesday, December 3rd 2008 at 02:23 AM

Thanks, it works great!!

by sasi on Saturday, December 27th 2008 at 12:46 AM

in javascript how to do a program that a advertisement is given on the top of a webpage that AD should change for every 10 sec

by http://www.mofun.cc on Tuesday, March 24th 2009 at 07:59 AM

Thanks a lot!

by pu on Wednesday, July 15th 2009 at 01:57 AM

abey dhakkan..
tera code chalta toh hai nahi...
nalayak.. next time aisa code diya to pitega

by Miller on Saturday, August 15th 2009 at 09:29 AM

if you want to kill the events while waiting then listen all events on client side and kill them before the browser delivers them to server.
this is the way. this is same as setting return value to false setting some other vars too.

by sksoftmind on Friday, September 11th 2009 at 08:53 AM

do or do while will use cpu so dont use it please thanks

by sunil on Friday, September 11th 2009 at 09:23 AM

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by ksdjf on Friday, September 11th 2009 at 09:24 AM

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by Atiq khattak on Thursday, October 8th 2009 at 02:36 AM

i have s serious problem. any one help me

i want a div that have loaded like a popup menu from top left side after 10 second when a window is loaded.
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by Kirbdawg on Thursday, October 22nd 2009 at 04:49 AM

function wait(milsecs){
var to_time = new Date().getTime() milsecs;
while( new Date().getTime() < to_time ){}
return true;
}

do_something_first();
wait(500);
now_do_something_else();

by Kirbdawg on Thursday, October 22nd 2009 at 04:51 AM

^ there should be a plus sign on the 2nd line above to add getTime() to milsecs (it got removed when I submitted this)

by therealdeal on Monday, November 9th 2009 at 06:34 PM

I researched about javascript sleep and nobody has a solution that does not uses up a lot of cpu time running useless loops.

here is my solution:
example::


<html>
<body>
<script>
//javascript sleep by therealdeal
//global var
var i = 0;
function start()
{
dothese(i);
i ;
timer(); //runs a timer to run start()
}

function dothese(ij) {
if (ij==0){alert('0');}
if (ij==1){alert('1');}
if (ij==2){alert('2');}
if (ij > 2){alert(ij);}
}

function timer() {t=setTimeout("start()",1000);} //can be a lot more than this

start();
</script>
</body>
</html>

by therealdealsince1982 on Monday, November 9th 2009 at 10:38 PM

cleaned up some code after dinner,
added some variaions::

<html>
<body>
<div id="id1">DISPLAY</div>

<script>
//javascript sleep by "therealdealsince1982"; copyrighted 2009
//setTimeout
var i = 0;

function flow() {
run(i);
i ; //code segment finished running, increment i; can put elsewhere
sleep(1000);
if (i==5) {clearTimeout(t);} //stops flow, must be after sleep()
}

function run(segment) {
//pieces of codes to run, can use switch statement
if (segment==0){document.getElementById("id1").innerHTML= "<p>code segment " segment " is ran</p>"; }
if (segment==1){document.getElementById("id1").innerHTML= "<p>code segment " segment " is ran</p>"; }
if (segment==2){document.getElementById("id1").innerHTML= "<p>code segment " segment " is ran</p>"; }
if (segment >2){document.getElementById("id1").innerHTML= "<p>code segment " segment " is ran</p>"; }
}

function sleep(dur) {t=setTimeout("flow()",dur);} //starts flow control again after dur

flow(); //starts flow
</script>
</body>
</html>

//................................

<html>
<body>
<div id="id1">DISPLAY</div>

<script>
//javascript sleep by "therealdealsince1982"; copyrighted 2009
//setTimeout, switch
var i = 0;

function flow() {
switch(i)
{
case 0:
run(i);
sleep(1000);
break;
case 1:
run(i);
sleep(2000);
break;
case 5:
run(i);
clearTimeout(t); //stops flow
break;
default:
run(i);
sleep(3000);
break;
}
}

function run(segment) {
//pieces of codes to run, can use switch statement
if (segment==0){document.getElementById("id1").innerHTML= "<p>code segment " segment " is ran</p>"; }
if (segment==1){document.getElementById("id1").innerHTML= "<p>code segment " segment " is ran</p>"; }
if (segment==2){document.getElementById("id1").innerHTML= "<p>code segment " segment " is ran</p>"; }
if (segment >2){document.getElementById("id1").innerHTML= "<p>code segment " segment " is ran</p>"; }
i ; //current segment of code finished running, next...
}

function sleep(dur) {t=setTimeout("flow()",dur);} //starts flow control again after dur

flow(); //starts flow control for first time...
</script>
</body>
</html>

///..................................

<html>
<body>
<div id="id1">DISPLAY</div>

<script>
//javascript sleep by "therealdealsince1982"; copyrighted 2009
//setInterval
var i = 0;

function run() {
//pieces of codes to run
if (i==0){document.getElementById("id1").innerHTML= "<p>code segment " i " is ran</p>"; }
if (i==1){document.getElementById("id1").innerHTML= "<p>code segment " i " is ran</p>"; }
if (i==2){document.getElementById("id1").innerHTML= "<p>code segment " i " is ran</p>"; }
if (i >2){document.getElementById("id1").innerHTML= "<p>code segment " i " is ran</p>"; }
if (i==5){document.getElementById("id1").innerHTML= "<p>all code segment finished running</p>"; clearInterval(t); } //end interval, stops run
i ; //segment of code finished running, next...
}

t=setInterval("run()",1000);

</script>
</body>
</html>

by pepe on Friday, December 25th 2009 at 10:30 PM

My solution? Make use of eval and setTimeout.

Create an array with the timeouts and the commands to execute something like:

var todo=[
100,"ShowImage('firstimage.jpg')",
150,"ShowImage('secondimage.jpg'",
250,"ModifyOtherStuff(params)"]

And create a function that goes through the array with eval, like this:

var pos=0;

function go()
{
eval (todo[pos 1]);
var tm=todo[pos];
pos =2;
if (pos<todo.length)
setTimeout ("go",tm);
}

by Alex on Tuesday, December 29th 2009 at 03:04 AM

In all ohesty, that's a lousy solution - what if I need to delay exiting the current function???
For example, function A is called from outside (not my code), and i need to delay the execution of the exterior code for some time, I can't possibly do that with setTimer, as i exit function A

by Alex on Tuesday, December 29th 2009 at 03:11 AM

just goes to show that my initial claim was right - javascript is a lousy language with no amenities whatsoever, very low support from the operating system, (as is evident by the lack of the Sleep function that is a must)

by Anthony on Wednesday, February 17th 2010 at 05:10 PM

Hey, umm, I'm making my own site and finnally half uploading it, umm, what is the code in order to download it, like some sites do like rapidshare does that seconds time limist for regular download. then it changes into that button. what is that source code.. plz and thankyou

by abc on Monday, March 8th 2010 at 11:40 AM

function sleep(delay)
{
var start = new Date().getTime();
while (new Date().getTime() < start delay);
}

by sds on Thursday, June 24th 2010 at 06:37 AM

efreferfreferfef

by pckhoi on Wednesday, August 11th 2010 at 11:17 PM

After seeing all the comments, I think the only way that setTimeout can ever truly replace sleep is when you call it last, in your entire javascript. setInterval works much the same way.

by fdsfdsf on Tuesday, September 28th 2010 at 09:02 AM

dsfsdf

by tgrendo on Tuesday, October 5th 2010 at 12:47 PM

Hey guys i have two codes that i want to execute.

Code 1;Code 2;

All i need to do is when i click the link to
execute code_1 wait 1 sec and then execute Code_2.

Is that possible?

Code_1 is
doc=document;if(window.frames.length>0)doc=window.main.document;url=document.URL;doc.forms[0].attack.click();end();

Code_2 is
doc=document;if(window.frames.length>0)doc=window.main.document;url=document.URL;doc.forms[0].submit.click();end();


I tried the following
javascript:doc=document;if(window.frames.length>0)doc=window.main.document;url=document.URL;doc.forms[0].attack.click();wait(1000);doc=document;if(window.frames.length>0)doc=window.main.document;url=document.URL;doc.forms[0].submit.click();end();


But it executes the Code_1 and then nothing happens....

by pckhoi on Wednesday, October 6th 2010 at 04:43 AM

Your code hurts my eyes mate.
Just use setTimeout().
eg:
function waitasec() {
[code1]
setTimeout(1000,[code2])
}
then just call it on onclick event.

by pckhoi on Wednesday, October 6th 2010 at 04:43 AM

Your code hurts my eyes mate.
Just use setTimeout().
eg:
function waitasec() {
[code1]
setTimeout(1000,[code2])
}
then just call it on onclick event.

by tgrendo on Saturday, October 9th 2010 at 02:35 PM

in the specific example?

Is any way to write this?

I gave above the two codes i need to be executed..

by Sharl on Tuesday, October 19th 2010 at 04:06 AM

Matt did a good job!

by gproduturi on Wednesday, December 8th 2010 at 05:33 PM

How do I make text appear at one second intervals?

<script type="text/javascript">

//A function, which is executed when the user clicks on a button.

function doCounter()

{

var GrandTotal = 0;

var endTerm = newValue.endInput.value;

var addInput = newValue.addFactorInput.value;

for (Counter = 0; Counter <= parseInt(endTerm); Counter = Counter parseInt(addInput))

{

document.write(Counter " . . . ")

//Displays "Halfway There" at the middle

if (Counter == endTerm/2)

{

document.write("<center><br><br><b> Halfway There!!</b><br><br></center>");

}

GrandTotal = GrandTotal Counter;

}

document.write("<center><br><br> <b><i>All Done!!</i></b> <br><br></center>");

document.write("<center><br> <h1>Grand total is " GrandTotal "</h1><br></center");

}

</script>


I have this snippet of code, and how do i make it so that it waits one second between every repeat of the loop?

by gproduturi on Wednesday, December 8th 2010 at 05:33 PM

How do I make text appear at one second intervals?

<script type="text/javascript">

//A function, which is executed when the user clicks on a button.

function doCounter()

{

var GrandTotal = 0;

var endTerm = newValue.endInput.value;

var addInput = newValue.addFactorInput.value;

for (Counter = 0; Counter <= parseInt(endTerm); Counter = Counter parseInt(addInput))

{

document.write(Counter " . . . ")

//Displays "Halfway There" at the middle

if (Counter == endTerm/2)

{

document.write("<center><br><br><b> Halfway There!!</b><br><br></center>");

}

GrandTotal = GrandTotal Counter;

}

document.write("<center><br><br> <b><i>All Done!!</i></b> <br><br></center>");

document.write("<center><br> <h1>Grand total is " GrandTotal "</h1><br></center");

}

</script>


I have this snippet of code, and how do i make it so that it waits one second between every repeat of the loop?

by js noob on Monday, December 13th 2010 at 02:45 AM

What's wrong with recursion?

function something_to_be_repeated()
{
// stuff
if(condition_to_keep_repeating)
{
setTimeout("something_to_be_repeated()",3000);
}
}

Then just call something_to_be_repeated() when you want to start the repetition?

by Hank on Saturday, December 18th 2010 at 05:02 PM

@js noob, you don't get it, do you?
It's not about fucking repetition, it's about not to go out of scope of the damn function, without killing the processor!
In normal languages you have the ability to suspend the thread - that's exactly what Sleep() does in C . Guys here are trying to find the answer on how to do this!

To all morons who don't understand: the best example is a modal dialog box, called like this

if (dlg.DoModal() == IDOK)
{
MessageBox("User hit fucking OK button");
}
else
{
MessageBox("User hit Cancel");
}
// And the CRUCIAL PART:
MessageBox("This damn message WILL NOT BE SHOWN UNLESS USER PRESSED THE FUCKING BUTTON, UNDERSTOOD???");

Anybody who can show ho to do this functionality in JavaScript is really welcome here. The rest - STFU!!!

by saurabh on Saturday, February 5th 2011 at 09:10 AM

thanks for delay function

by saurabh on Saturday, February 5th 2011 at 09:10 AM

thanks for delay function

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'give_ack

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by Parmeisan on Tuesday, March 22nd 2011 at 06:10 PM

If you know how long you need to wait before doing something, of course setTimeout should work. (And js noob - if you need it to repeat, you can just use setInterval...)

If you need to base your timeout on a variable, ie to test when some condition becomes true, you can write a function of the following sort:

function whenVisibleThenStyle(id)
{
if (document.getElementById(id)

by Parmeisan on Tuesday, March 22nd 2011 at 06:12 PM

(er... like so...)

function whenVisibleThenStyle(id)
{
if (document.getElementById(id)

by Parmeisan on Tuesday, March 22nd 2011 at 06:13 PM

*sigh*

OK, I've taken the ampersands out altogether, hopefully this isn't too hard to read:


function whenVisibleThenStyle(id)
{
if (document.getElementById(id) AND document.getElementById(id).style.visibility != "hidden")
{
doStyling(id);
}
else
{
var func = "whenVisibleThenStyle('" id "')";
setTimeout(func, 100);
}
}

This checks some condition and, while it's not true, schedules another version of itself to check in 100 milliseconds (equivalent to sleep(100) as far as the code that's being scheduled is concerned). When it's finally true, it calls the next part to run.

I'm having a heck of a time getting it to be generic, possibly because I'm not sure if you can actually get a boolean result out of a string like I'm trying to do. I guess you could also write it like if(isReady()) and then write your own isReady, but at that point you might as well just write your own whenThisDoThat function. The generic form might look something like this though:

function whenThisDoThat(b, func)
{
if (eval(b)) eval(func);
else setTimeout(whenThisDoThat(b, func), 100);
}

Here's how I call it. (I put this inside a button click event. It waits for an ajax page to "load" so that I can style it).

document.getElementById('example').style.visibility = "hidden";
whenVisibleThenStyle('example');

One big disadvantage of this is that you need to make a function out of everything that needs to follow, which means that nested ifs and loops become difficult and certainly require a shift in how you're thinking about the problem. However for simple situations it does avoid the CPU-eating "sleep" that has been repeatedly posted here.

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<div class="mn">
<span onmouseover="javascript:showElement('mn')">Computadoras Armadas</span>
<ul id="mn" style="display:none">
<li><a href="<?php bloginfo('siteurl');?>">Technology y design design tecn</a></li>
<li><a href="<?php bloginfo('siteurl');?>">Design</a></li>
<li><a href="<?php bloginfo('siteurl');?>">Css Gallery</a></li>
</ul>
</div>

but my problem is to fast i need the menu wait 700 ms to show how is possible to resolv my problem

by Scott M. on Wednesday, November 30th 2011 at 12:25 AM

It is strongly advised not to pass a string to setTimeout or setInterval as a form of eval() is required to parse the function name. Instead, just pass the function name as an identifier.

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I'm having a heck of a time getting it to be generic, possibly because I'm not sure if you can actually get a boolean result out of a string like I'm trying to do. I guess you could also write it like if(isReady()) and then write your own isReady, but at that point you might as well just write your own whenThisDoThat function. The generic form might look something like this though:

function whenThisDoThat(b, func)
{
if (eval(b)) eval(func);
else setTimeout(whenThisDoThat(b, func), 100);
}

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by Scott M on Saturday, December 24th 2011 at 10:45 PM

Are you trying to do this for pure understanding or are you tring to do this to solve an actual problem?

I ask because eval should be avoided at all costs, and there is usually another way to get to your result without it.

If your case, you are trying to convert the "b" parameter to a boolean, but JavaScript will do that on any argument passed to an "if" statement, as in:

var a = true;
var b = "true";
var c = "false";
var d = 0;

if(a) {...} // evaluates to true
if(b) {...} // evaluates to true
if(c) {...} // evaluates to true
if(d) {...} // evaluates to false

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