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== Mutability ==
 
== Mutability ==
All types in LSL are immutable (they can't be mutated by side effect), variables can only be changed by being overwritten. There is no way to indirectly modify a variables value; the only way is through direct interaction with a storing operator (=, +=, -=, *=, /=, %=, ++, --).   
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All types in LSL are immutable (they can't be mutated by side effect), variables can only be changed by being overwritten. There is no way to indirectly modify a variable's value; the only way is through direct interaction with a storing operator (=, +=, -=, *=, /=, %=, ++, --).   
*Build in functions will '''never''' modify the variables used as parameters.
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*Built-in functions will '''never''' modify the variables used as parameters.
*User functions that change the values of parameters inside the function scope will not have those changes applied to the variables that supplied those parameters.
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*User functions that change the values of parameters inside the function scope will not have those changes applied to the variables that supplied those parameters. (That is, function parameters are passed by value, not by reference.)
  
 
== Functions ==
 
== Functions ==
  
 
{{LSL All Functions|name|key=*}}
 
{{LSL All Functions|name|key=*}}

Revision as of 00:36, 13 December 2008

This category contains built-in LSL functions.

Mutability

All types in LSL are immutable (they can't be mutated by side effect), variables can only be changed by being overwritten. There is no way to indirectly modify a variable's value; the only way is through direct interaction with a storing operator (=, +=, -=, *=, /=, %=, ++, --).

  • Built-in functions will never modify the variables used as parameters.
  • User functions that change the values of parameters inside the function scope will not have those changes applied to the variables that supplied those parameters. (That is, function parameters are passed by value, not by reference.)

Functions

Key Description
 NEW  The function was recently added.
 I  The LSO function ID for the function is not known, or it may not have one.
 D  The function has been deprecated but still works.
It is best to avoid functions marked as deprecated.
 R  The function has not only been deprecated, it has been removed.
Do not use functions marked as removed.
 U  The function has not been implemented.
Do not use functions marked as not implemented.
 B  This function is marked as broken and may not work.
 G  The function requires god-mode.
Functions marked as such cannot be used.
 RQ  This function has been requested by several users and has not been implemented.
Do not use functions marked as requested.

Pages in category "LSL Functions"

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