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About ActionScript 1.0

About ActionScript 1.0

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Many Flash users can greatly benefit from using ActionScript 2.0, especially with complex applications. For information on using ActionScript 2.0, see Chapter 7, “Classes,” on page 231.


ActionScript is an object-oriented programming language. Object-oriented programming uses objects, or data structures, to group together properties and methods that control the object’s behavior or appearance. Objects let you organize and reuse code. After you define an object, you can refer to it by name without having to redefine it each time you use it.


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