Allows the program to pause execution for a specified time period.
expression may evaluate to one of two forms:
If expression is not supplied then a default time period of 1 second is assumed.
Sleeping until a specified time works by calculating the time between the current time and the time supplied and sleeping for that many seconds. If the host clock is changed in the meantime then the program will not wake up at the desired time.
If the debugger is invoked while a program is sleeping and then execution continued, the user will be prompted:
See also MSLEEP to sleep for a specified number of milliseconds.