Wait for something to happen
Python library that waits until something happens.
You will no longer have to write annoying while/time.sleep() checks to wait until a variable is euqal to a certain value.
It’s real simple.
All you gotta do is just have an import statement:
` from zzz import z `
After that, you use the z function on any variable/object/function/method/thing (“VOFMT”). You pass the aforementioned VOFMT as the first argument (variable), a value that the VOFMT should be equal to, and lastly an optional delay argument, which determines how long to wait between the checks for the aforementioned conditional equivalence.
zzz was written by David Gay.
AGPLv3+. See LICENSE file for full text.
## A note about formatting
I believe that Markdown is superior to ReStructured Text and do not care that PyPI only parses ReStructured Text. You will have to deal with it. You are a smart person. Crack the readme open in your text editor, toss it through a Markdown renderer, or deal with it. You will have many worse moments before your continual decay leads to your inevitable final breath and the collection of atoms called “you” disperse and take their place within other beings.
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