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How To Use Thread.sleep() in Selenium

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When performing Selenium automation testing, you might encounter a NoSuchElementException() when the element you're trying to interact with isn't found. This error typically occurs due to the element existing on the page but takes a considerable amount of time to load and become visible to the user. During test automation, this delay may cause significant issues and halt the execution of test scripts. This is where Thread.sleep() in Selenium can be helpful in such cases. 

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