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“Getting the Code You Need”Presented by Lea Tesoro / Opal Lei at the Non-Profit Commons in Second Life on November 9, 2012This document contains the questions asked in the pre-talk survey and Opal’s answers.To receive a copy of the expanded version of the LSL spec-writing guideline as a pdf file, please fill out thepost-talk survey at http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/R3VDKJV or send email to email@example.com. IfOpal updates the document, you will automatically receive a copy by email.Q&AQ: What are the best current resources for learning more about scripting?The LSL portal in the Second Life wiki should be your bible: http://wiki.secondlife.com/wiki/LSL_Portal .I still refer to it every time to look up the correct spelling of a function name and/or to check theparameters it requires. Copying and pasting the syntax avoids wasted time looking for a bug caused bymisspelling or by the wrong parameter type.An older resource is lslwiki.net, but I’m not sure how up-to-date that is. However, some of the functionsare better described there than in the SL wiki.Don’t read it all at once. Just take the time to look up the one or two functions that you need.DISCLAIMER: I cannot vouch for nor recommend any of the following individuals, groups, sites ororganizations, because I have no connections nor interactions with them. College of Scripting: http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Horsa/57/243/84 Builder’s Brewery (buildersbrewery.com) Groups: o “Scripting Mentors” looks like a good one to join. o Search for “scripting” in Groups. YouTube: o Search for “lsl scripting tutorial”. A website that generates LSL based on your answers to multiple choice questions: o http://www.3greeneggs.com/autoscript/ A website that generates LSL particle scripts (Thank you, Patio Plasma, for the tip!): o http://particles-lsl-generator.bashora.com