the local rotation
of the (child
relative to the root
If this is called
on the root (parent) object, or an unlinked
object, this returns llGetRot()
instead. If the object is attached then it returns the rotation of the object relative to the attach point.
shows an example of its use.
to set the local rotation.
Compare with llGetRot
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