In the function definition at the top, there is this text:
If the type of the element at index in src is not a rotation then ZERO_ROTATION is returned. Here is a workaround: (rotation)llList2String(src, index);
"Here is a workaround" seems out of place; it seems fine in Caveats, where it's also mentioned.
However, it's not apparent how it should be removed from the function definition area (if I'm correct, that is, that it is out of place up there.) Chaz Longstaff 20:22, 13 July 2008 (PDT)Chaz Longstaff. 13 July 2008
- It's part of Template:LSL_Function/list/element which gets included. It's in that area for much the same reason reciprocal functions are listed there (llList2CSV <-> llCSV2List sort of thing). Some caveats are too important to bury. It's listed twice because some people only read the caveats section. I was a bit unsure so I erred on the side of duplicate information. -- Strife Onizuka 04:18, 14 July 2008 (PDT)