I have a method that returns a number which I know to be of value 1
I have a static number variable in another class (SWF_STATE) which I
also know to be 1.
In an if() statement they evaluate to equal the same, however in the
following switch statement it will not evaluate?
I've taken a look and was pretty impressed but what they say to be offering,
however was also a little confused, i downloaded the free edition that
supposedly supports remoting with asp.net but it didn't seem to include all the
files it said it would. I've joined their yahoo mailing list and
For what its worth I have managed to get WebOrb working (with a bit of help
from Scott Hyndman), yet to do anything other than take a look and mess around
with the samples it comes with but looks pretty decent. Certainly a nice viable
alternative for .net heads.
From their downloads page I
Can I provide array like access to a custom collection object?
private var myArray:Array;
public function getArray():Array
This would allow access to the array items as so:
Thanks very much Morten
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Dan Thomas wrote:
Hey am looking for some Disney-esque designer portfolios for a potential
future flash project. Anyone have any suggestions or can point me in the
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not sure if that were tongue in cheek but £30k in uk IS $55k in USD more or
less (damn me for gettin roped into this thread)
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Commercial experience is totally different to working experience. I've 7
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