as far as I know, FD ignores anything on the stage unless you choose inject
code compile method, see compiler options within FD,
From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of Dani Bacon
Sent: Wednesday, November 22, 2006 5:50 PM
By my understanding, undefined refers to a variable that doesn't exist,
whereas null is a variable that exists but has no value, or an undetermined
not really, variable that exists, but is not explicitly assigned has value
var foo; // undefined
var bar = null;//null
as I see it, I am not interested into dashed stuff of a shape,
only thing I am interested in is what can I do with it...
so, I could paint my shape with a brush or draw a line,
up to me to decide and shouldn't be exposed by my interface..
But it's still beyond me why property support wasn't added. It
can be such a complex thing but would make OO life a good
You are refering to Java but defined fields in java are implicitly
static finals and need to be initilized within interface,
so, you are not
Also, beware of reading anything provided my Adobe as their licenses
will bind you by just reading it.
Well, there's not much to laugh about. Probably by reading their documentation,
you are not allowed to participate in any open source project that deals with
AMF matters. If
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