Puts the script to sleep for sec
seconds. During this time, the current event will not be exited, no other events will be processed.
(As a comment notes, new events are still queued, but it looks like only one event of each type will actually queue while the script sleeps(/delays?). Anyone know more about that?)
has its uses, but can be inconvenient. See llSetTimerEvent
and the timer()
event for an alternative that allows other events to be executed while waiting.
A quick test shows the time actually slept seems to differ up to about .1 seconds from the requested amount.
for more information on how llSleep
affects script execution.
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