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Using Conditional Actions

Conditional actions allow you to ask certain questions (or test whether conditions have been met) and make Flash carry out another action if the answer is true (or the conditions have been met). You could ask Flash to determine, for example, whether the number that is currently in the variable ageVAR is greater than 59. If it is, you could instruct Flash to jump to a frame that describes discounts for senior citizens.

The basic conditional action is if. You use if to test the validity of a given statement. You might, for example, test whether the last frame of your movie loaded. You can use that information in conjunction with a looping teaser animation to tell your viewers that there will be a wait to download information.


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