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JavaScript JavaScript and the DOM (Retiring) Responding to User Interaction Delaying Execution with setTimeout()

how does the setTimeout function knows that the argument 'hey, there' should be passed to the function expression?

Is it a feature built in the setTimeout function that passes the 3rd, 4th argument (and so on) to the function expression?

1 Answer

See Syntax and Parameter Values here