I've reported it to Adobe as a bug, because I can't see why a
particular number causes an error.
BTW, this same error:
"**Error** Scene=Scene 1, layer=Layer 1, frame=1:Line 1: ')' or
var myArray:Array = new Array(0119);" also shows up using the number 0118.
Thanks for the answer. I just got this e-mail from the Adobe
bug report department which essentially says the same thing.
"The compiler is getting confused because when you start a
number with '0' it gets treated as a base-8 number. Since you can't
have digits greater than 7 when using base-8 numbers, the compiler
gets confused when you use a 9.
Please use 119 if you meant to use decimal numbers. If you
want to use
base-8 numbers, then please convert 0119 to a valid base-8