When <body Onload="Myfunc();"> Fires, That Function Should Show "Please Wait...!" Or "Loading...". For , Say 5 Seconds!. Then It Disappear?

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I need to get something fun! with setTimeout function!I am n00b! :D so be patent please.I need when <body onload="Myfunc();"> fires, that function should show "Please wait...!" or "Loading...". for , say 5 seconds!. then it disappear.I used setTimeout with that but it didn't do what I wanted!here is my code:

function Myfunc(){
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[code]....

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