SL Scripting – Tutorial 4


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  1. LSL stands for “Linden Scripting Language” and is used to script the objects you will encounter and make in Second Life.
  2. LSL is the Linden Scripting Language. This is the language all scripts in Second Life are written in. Its structure is based on Java and C. A script in Second Life is a set of instructions that can be placed inside any primitive object in the world, but not inside an avatar. Avatars, however, can wear scripted objects. LSL scripts are written with a built-in editor/compiler.
  3. Are you new to LSL?, Want to learn more? check out these links below!

LSL Links

Enjoy!

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