By Francis Cheng, Jen deHaan, Robert L. Dixon, Shimul Rahim
The ActionScript 2.0 Language Reference for Macromedia Flash eight is a entire reference handbook that describes the applying programming interface (API) for Macromedia Flash participant, the main pervasive shopper runtime atmosphere on the planet. It comprises worthy syntax and utilization details; targeted descriptions of sessions, capabilities, houses, and occasions; and copy-and-paste code samples for each point within the ActionScript language. The ActionScript 2.0 Language Reference for Macromedia Flash eight can help you: • how one can use particular APIs successfully and successfully • comprehend the diversity and diversity of performance ActionScript deals • Repurpose Macromedia-tested code on your personal functions robust improvement and layout instruments require thorough and authoritative technical suggestion and documentation. by way of Macromedia Flash, not anyone is extra authoritative than Macromedia improvement and writing groups. Now their authentic documentation is out there to you in revealed ebook shape. As you're employed, continue this advisor by way of your aspect for prepared entry to priceless info on utilizing Flash. now we have designed it in order that it is easy to annotate as you move.
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When specified with a loadVariables() action, the data event occurs only once, when the last variable is loaded. When specified with a loadMovie() action, the data event occurs repeatedly, as each section of data is retrieved. Example 60 61 The following example uses onClipEvent() with the keyDown movie event and is designed to be attached to a movie clip or button. The keyDown movie event is usually used with one or more methods and properties of the Key object. LEFT property, the playhead is sent to the previous frame.
In SWF files of any version running in Flash Player 7 or later, url must be in exactly the same domain as the SWF file that is issuing this call (see "Flash Player security features" in Using ActionScript in Flash). com. If you want to load data from a different domain, you can place a cross-domain policy file on the server hosting the SWF file that is being accessed. For more information, see "About allowing cross-domain data loading" in Using ActionScript in Flash. If you want to load variables into a specific level, use loadVariablesNum() instead of loadVariables().
This function was deprecated in favor of the methods and properties of the String class. Returns the length of the multibyte character string. 0; Flash Player 4 Parameters string:String - The string to measure. Returns Number - The length of the multibyte character string. length property) mbord function mbord(character:String) : Number Deprecated since Flash Player 5. charCodeAt(). Converts the specified character to a multibyte number. 0; Flash Player 4 Parameters character:String - The character to convert to a multibyte number.