Qt QTimer

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QTimer can also be used to request a function to run as soon as the event loop has processed all the other pending events. To do this, use an interval of 0 ms.

// option 1: Set the interval to 0 explicitly.
QTimer *timer = new QTimer;
timer->setInterval( 0 );

// option 2: Passing 0 with the start call will set the interval as well.
QTimer *timer = new QTimer;
timer->start( 0 );

// option 3: use QTimer::singleShot with interval 0
QTimer::singleShot(0, [](){
    // do something

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