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  |spec=returns a pseudo random number in range [0.0, mag) or (mag, 0.0], depending upon the sign of mag.
 
  |spec=returns a pseudo random number in range [0.0, mag) or (mag, 0.0], depending upon the sign of mag.
 
  |caveats
 
  |caveats
  </nowiki><font style="color:red;"><nowiki>|examples=<lsl>default
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  </nowiki><font style="color:red;"><nowiki>|examples=<source lang="lsl2">default
 
  {
 
  {
 
     touch_start(integer total_number)
 
     touch_start(integer total_number)
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             llSay(0, "Tails");
 
             llSay(0, "Tails");
 
     }
 
     }
  }</lsl></nowiki></font><nowiki>
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  }</source></nowiki></font><nowiki>
 
  |func_helpers
 
  |func_helpers
 
  |also
 
  |also

Latest revision as of 21:02, 22 May 2020

Articles in this category need examples written for them. To do that set the 'examples' value equal to a multiline string.

Example: llFrand (the order of the parameters in the definition has no effect on the rendering).

 {{LSL_Function
 |sort=Frand
 |func=llFrand
 |func_id=8
 |func_sleep=0.0
 |func_energy=10.0
 |p1_type=float
 |p1_name=mag
 |p1_desc=Any valid float value
 |return_type=float
 |return_text=that is pseudo random number in the range [0.0,mag) or (mag, 0.0].
 |spec=returns a pseudo random number in range [0.0, mag) or (mag, 0.0], depending upon the sign of mag.
 |caveats
 |examples=<source lang="lsl2">default
 {
     touch_start(integer total_number)
     {
         // When touched, say "Heads" with probability 0.5, 
         // otherwise, say "Tails."
         if ( llFrand(1.) < .5)
             llSay(0, "Heads");
         else
             llSay(0, "Tails");
     }
 }</source>
 |func_helpers
 |also
 |notes=
 The random number generator is not a source of entropy.
 
 The sequence of random numbers are shared across the entire process, and not independently seeded.
 Therefore, the pseudo random number generation is not suitable for any application which requires 
 completely predictable or completely unpredictable results.
 |cat1=Math
 |cat2
 |cat3
 }}

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