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Control output timing in Python curses with `curses.delay_output` for a smoother terminal experience.

To use the `curses.delay_output` function in Python, you can follow these steps:

1. Import the `curses` module:
“`python
import curses
“`

2. Initialize the curses screen:
“`python
stdscr = curses.initscr()
“`

3. Set the delay for output:
“`python
curses.delay_output(delay_in_milliseconds)
“`

4. Perform your desired output:
“`python
stdscr.addstr(“Hello, World!”)
stdscr.refresh()
“`

5. Remember to clean up after using curses:
“`python
curses.endwin()
“`

By following these steps, you can control the delay for output in a curses-based Python application. This can be useful for creating animations, controlling text display speed, or any other scenario where you need to control the timing of output in a terminal-based interface.