Displaying Dynamic Elapsed Time in JavaScript

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As a front-end developer, you may come across several use cases where you need to display the elapsed time dynamically. For example, you may need to display the elapsed time in a call interface or you may want to develop a stopwatch feature in your website. Therefore, having a reliable function that you can simply revisit and reuse would be, to simply put it, a life saver. So, I’m here to save your life.




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