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If nothing else, you could certainly create a variable with a randomized value and use it to trigger user-defined functions.  For example, you could write

integer num = (integer)llFrand(4.0);

if (num == 0)

{

     function1();

}

else if (num == 1)

{

     function2();

}

//and so forth....

It's not as compact and clean as what you can write in other languages that have a case or switch conditional function, but it works.  If you want to follow up with further discussion, I suggest reposting your question in the LSL Scripting forum.

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