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How to check current timeout?

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How to check current timeout?

Post by faramka on Tue Dec 27, 2011 8:51 pm

Hi all,

Is there any possibility to check current timeout? Something like getTimeout (this command does not exists, so I ask you for clue and help).
I have got a loop in my script and I need to change the timeout in each iteration (and I do it now). But I don't know if timeout is truly changed after my operations.

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Re: How to check current timeout?

Post by Bhuvaneswari on Tue Jan 10, 2012 11:49 am

If you think this will help try this out in the loop,

setTimeout(timeout) which will set the required timeout value. But again I don't find an option to verify the timeout set (there is no function like getTimeout())

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