I have an issue with my keyboard (more likely an issue with my browser). Some times when I click on a new text field and begin typing all my text comes out backwards. After a very short amount of time (for the purpose of the challenge we will say it is 10 milliseconds) it resumes typing forwards again. It seems that at first my cursor does not move when I begin to type so all the letters get inserted at the beginning of the textfield.
For example if I were typing
python and I typed
pyt in the first 10 milliseconds the result would be
Your job is to simulate this behavior in as few bytes as possible.
You may take input in any reasonable method. You may not however take the input as two separate fields. The 10 millisecond delay should start when the program begins to allow input. That is you may have preprocessing to do before input is allowed, which should not be counted towards the 10 milliseconds.
Some leniency is permitted in the timing as long as it averages 10 milliseconds and is off by more than 1 milliseconds no more than 1% of the time on a reasonably speced computer.
You may output the string in whatever method you see fit. You may either update live as the user is typing or output the result after you are finished taking input (either by a newline or end of file
Some of these were generated by this CMC in The Nineteenth Byte
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