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Interactivity in Flash

Flash requires three things for interactivity: an event that triggers an action, the action triggered by that event, and the target (or object) that performs the action or is affected by it.

Think about your alarm clock: When you set it at night, you're programming it to perform an interactive function—the underlying logic of which might look something like this:


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