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standby() - Temporarily halts the Scheduler's firing of Triggers.Based on what I've understood from the API documentation, I'm not able to easily/clearly differentiate/distinguish from each one of them. I'm seeing both of them serving the same purpose - temporarily pause/halt all the triggers in the scheduler, and subsequently followed by a start() (for standby) or resumeAll() (for pauseAll) to clear the scheduler's state. Is there any other difference?
pauseAll() - Pause all triggers - similar to calling pauseTriggerGroup(group) on every group, however, after using this method resumeAll() must be called to clear the scheduler's state of 'remembering' that all new triggers will be paused as they are added.
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