LastindexOf script will return the last executed script, so if you have a script that has finished executing, you can use LastIndexOf to check if the script still has a chance to execute.
LastIndexOf script can be used to easily check if a script is still running, even after you have stopped it. I recently wrote a blog post about lastindexof and how to use it to check a script is still executing.
LastIndexOf is an interesting method of checking if a script is still running. The problem is LastIndexOf itself is only available if you haven’t started the script, and only stops execution if the script has been terminated and the last line of the script was executed. Unfortunately, this means we can’t use LastIndexOf in a browser-based script because a script that has been terminated and has executed a line will get its LastIndexOf from the line that was executed.
Since the script is on the same page, the only way to determine if its execution has ended is to run it again. But I can’t even start it again cause the new line is not executed. So to make it work in a browser-based script, you have to make a new function that keeps executing until it reaches a line that isnt executed.
The LastIndexOf function also works in a script, so you can put your script on a new line and call this new function and it will still work.
LastIndexOf doesn’t do anything to break the script. It just gives you information about the execution of the code. The only way to know if a script has finished, is to run it again. In a browser-based script, you cannot do this.
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