Your code needs to take 'exactly' one second to run — accurate to ±0.5 milliseconds.
The input will be the number of milliseconds to wait (i.e. 1000).
No output is required.
Next: Just take it easy for a second or two!
I've got the power! (Inspired by Project Euler problem 29)
Relative ratio of "1" in binary number
Find the area of the four walls
Anyone for tennis? Your chances of winning a (standard) game
Arrange the names in alphabetical order (1)
Make your own Test Suite (part 3)
Nearly impossible problem
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