Feb 02, 2021 · The createMovie() function took two seconds but getMovies() took only one second. In other words, getMovies() runs before createMovies() and the list of Movies is already displayed. To solve this, we can use Callbacks. In createPost(), pass a function callback and call the function right after the new movie is pushed (instead of waiting two ...
In the example above the showImage() function is called every time after 2000 milliseconds (i.e. 2 seconds) once the image fade in and fade out transition has been fully completed. Related FAQ Here are some more FAQ related to this topic:
Jul 29, 2010 · In the script below. I have another script called MyScript2. And I am trying to call a function from MyScript2 in MyScript. So I use "gameObject.GetComponent" to get a component. Then I use "<MyScript2>()" to get MyScript2. And then finally, I use ".MyFunction()" to get the function that I want to call from MyScript2. It is as easy as that!
The Function node will clone every message object you pass to node.send to ensure there is no unintended modification of message objects that get reused in the function. Before Node-RED 1.0, the Function node would not clone the first message passed to node.send, but would clone the rest.
The function is not called twice in your snippet. I'm assuming there's more code we haven't seen, which calls myFunction; the purpose of calling the function twice would then be to show the effect of the sorting function. Assuming myFunction is called after the display function, the program would do the following: