Shared Scripts, Data, Stimuli, Files, and Demos
Getfile with timout DemoJaap Murre
This script does the following:
- Try to get the file ‘demotext.txt’ in 2 ms (which won’t work)
- When out of time, return ‘toolate’. Default is to return ‘timeout’.
- Watch the result in the console (with F12)
When using getfile() it is best to always specify a timeout period, so that it is not possible for your script to ‘hang’ if it cannot load certain stimuli. It is much better to specify a longish timeout and then tell the subject that something is wrong.
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var s = getfile("demotext.txt",2,"toolate"); // Will return 'toolate' console.log("File: ",s);
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