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Lesson 20. Maximum-Strength SWFs > Understanding and Using fscommand()

Understanding and Using fscommand()

fscommand() is a function that enables a Flash movie to communicate with the application that's currently holding the movie. The following are examples of applications that hold (host) Flash movies:

  • Standalone Flash player

  • Web browser

  • Executable that displays the Flash movie, such as those created by third-party tools discussed later in this lesson; or executables created using C++, Visual Basic, and so on


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