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perl, how do I tell my script to sleep for 2 secs

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perl, how do I tell my script to sleep for 2 secs
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by:jmatix
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sleep 2;
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by:rgbcof
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Whoops, I mean 2 milliseconds.
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use Time::HiRes qw(usleep);
 
usleep(2000);
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by:rgbcof
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Ah, thanks.
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