How to keep your screen awake using JavaScript

Are you tired of your screen going to sleep while you're working on a project?

Well, never fear, because this article is here to show you how to keep your screen awake using JavaScript. There are a few different ways to keep your screen awake using JavaScript. One way is to use the setTimeout() function, like this:

setTimeout(" = 'black'", 100000);

This code will set the background of the document to black, which will keep the screen awake. Another way to keep your screen awake is to use the requestAnimationFrame() function.

This function is a little more complicated than the setTimeout() function, but it's worth learning how to use it because it's more efficient.

Here's an example of how to use it:

    function(){ = 'black';

This code will keep the screen awake by setting the background to black every time the page is reloaded.

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