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Recursion is a programming method in which a routine calls itself. Recursion is an extremely powerful concept, but it can strain a script's memory allocation. While in the recursion area of the script, you cannot specify a certain state to go to.

In this script as long as then number put in for subtractTillTwo is greater than 2, it will keep subtracting 1 until it reaches 2 as its value.

subtractTillTwo(integer value) {
    if (value > 2) {
        subtractTillTwo(value - 1);
    } else if (value == 2) {
        llSay(0, "Value is two!");

default {
    state_entry() {

To determine a script's memory usage: llGetFreeMemory

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