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    What is IEnumerators ?

    IEnumerators are used to allow a program to yield things like the WaitForSeconds function, which tells the script to wait without hogging the CPU.

    StartCoRoutine essentially runs a function in another thread when used with yield. The execution of a coroutine can be paused at any point using the yield statement. The yield returns a value specifies when the coroutine is resumed.

    Example : In this example CPU will wait for 5 seconds and after that "This is the use of IEnumerator..." will be printed.

     public void function()
        {
            StartCoroutine (timing());               
        }
        IEnumerator timing()
        {
            yield return new WaitForSeconds (5.0f);
            Debug.Log("This is the use of IEnumerator...");
        }
    

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