LlFloor

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Summary

Function: integer llFloor( float val );

Returns an integer that is the integer value of val rounded towards negative infinity (return <= val).

• float val Any valid float value

Caveats

  • The returned value is -2147483648 (0x80000000) if the arithmetic result is outside of the range of valid integers (-2147483648 to 2147483647 inclusive).
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Examples

default
{
   state_entry()
   {
       llSay(0,  "The floor value of -4.5 is: "+(string)llFloor(-4.5) );
       //Returns "The floor value of -4.5 is: -5"
 
       llSay(0,  "The floor value of -4.9 is: "+(string)llFloor(-4.9) );
       //Returns "The floor value of -4.9 is: -5"
 
       llSay(0,  "The floor value of -4.1 is: "+(string)llFloor(-4.1) );
       //Returns "The floor value of -4.1 is: -5"
 
       llSay(0,  "The floor value of 4.5 is: "+(string)llFloor(4.5) );
       //Returns "The floor value of 4.5 is: 4"
 
       llSay(0,  "The floor value of 4.9 is: "+(string)llFloor(4.9) );
       //Returns "The floor value of 4.9 is: 4"
 
       llSay(0,  "The floor value of 4.1 is: "+(string)llFloor(4.1) );
       //Returns "The floor value of 4.1 is: 4"
    }
}

Notes

  • For positive values, it is quicker and shorter to simply cast the float to an integer. i=(integer)f is 32 bytes shorter than i=llFloor(f) (in Byte Code) and about 30 times faster in execution, while giving the same result.

See Also

Functions

•  llRound Rounds the float to an integer towards the closest integer
•  llCeil Rounds the float to an integer towards positive infinity

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Signature

function integer llFloor( float val );