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    ActionScript2 to 3?

    Recently i just tried out ActionScript 3.0 and i feel like it is totally different than before.. i need to create objects? methods? Izit something like object-oriented programming? Is that the differences?
    DonT ShoW to ShOw pls ppl

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    yeah.. that's why i hate flash .
    action scripts always changed too much!!!

    8so then.. i just used for simple2 task lah.. like banners, multimedia presentation only.. interactive? no!.. i'll avoid..

    too many changes is pain...

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    Quote Originally Posted by mysticmind View Post
    yeah.. that's why i hate flash .
    action scripts always changed too much!!!

    8so then.. i just used for simple2 task lah.. like banners, multimedia presentation only.. interactive? no!.. i'll avoid..

    too many changes is pain...
    In spite of all the changes, it is getting more powerful right?
    So you still stick to ActionScript2.0? I just don't get it on how to use AS3...
    i just browse through some books from the stores... really headache
    DonT ShoW to ShOw pls ppl

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    gotoandlearn.com

    here something for to start on. the site have AS2 and AS3 example.

    if you are new to AS, better stick and learn AS3

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