In Python, you can wait or pause the execution of your code by using the time module. The time module provides several functions to handle time-related operations, including the ability to pause execution. Here’s how you can use the time.sleep() function to wait in Python:

import time


# Wait for 5 seconds


The time.sleep() function takes one argument, which is the number of seconds to wait. In the example above, the code will wait for 5 seconds before printing “End”.

It’s important to note that the time.sleep() function will pause the entire process, so it’s not suitable for applications where you need to respond to events in real-time.