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Sleep in Python

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Sleep in Python

# Sleeping in Python Python provides many functions to work with time-related tasks, and the `sleep()` function is one of them. It allows a program to suspend its execution for a given amount of time. The `sleep()` function can be used to pause the execution of code, or to wait for certain events to occur, such as a file to be updated or a sensor reading to be taken. It is especially useful when writing programs that interact with external hardware or software. With `sleep()`, a program can wait for a certain amount of time before proceeding to the next step. This allows the program to be better synchronized with the external events, and makes the program more reliable.

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Sleep is a way to pause the execution of a program for a specified amount of time. It is useful for slowing down the execution of a program or waiting for an external event to occur. In Python, the time module provides a sleep() function that can be used to pause execution for a specified amount of time. #### Sample Code: ``` # Import the time module import time # Pause execution for 5 seconds time.sleep(5) # Display a message print("The program has paused for 5 seconds") ```