Hey, (Awesomely) I'm improving with actionscript, to the point I'm getting working codes, that are long enough to become difficult to read (dyslexia fml)
Very simple question. Is there a way to 'segment' my coding, i.e split it into sections that function perfectly normally, but are just easier to distinguish (I.e sperating the custommousecursor coding from the masking codes from the button coding). Or is the only feasable way to just slap a lot of blank lines, 'spaces' between the codes?
Aside from following some form of standardized code formatting in terms of indenting to make your code more easily readable by anyone, whatever you choose to do to make your own code easier for you to follow/manage is your call. You can divide things out in any way that makes sense to you and the functionality should not be affected if done properly. Some things have to precede others.
If you are not familiar with commenting in code, that is one way to help you identify divided up functional sections... making somewhat obvious dividers with identifying headings in them.
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