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Chapter 7. Scripted Animation Basics > Structuring ActionScript

Structuring ActionScript

ActionScript has a particular syntax, which you learned a lot about in the fundamental language concepts covered in Chapter 6. For example, you use dot notation, brackets, parentheses, methods, and properties to construct statements and make things happen in your projects. There are some additional concepts to cover in this chapter while you build a fully scripted animation that includes random movement and animated text.


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