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Voice

This book is the combined effort of five authors. While every effort has been made to ensure uniformity, some differences in voice, writing style, and coding style are inevitable. In places, "we" refers to the collective authors, such as in, "We hope you enjoy this book." In other places, "we" refers to the reader and the author together, such as in, "We'll see how to create a chat application shortly." In places, the author uses first-person singular, such as in, "When I test the speed of the Internet connection at my house, it isn't as fast as my computer at work."

This book also follows the O'Reilly convention of alternating gender occasionally throughout the chapters. "He," "her," and "the user" generally refer to the human participant interacting with a Flash-based UI to access a FlashCom application. The term "client" usually refers to the Flash Player running in a desktop PC's browser. Exceptions are noted when applicable.

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