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That worked...thank you. Guess whenever you want to convert between varible types, just use the varible type you want to conver to in a function form? Example:
(and int() has lowercase i and String() and uppercase s.)
I have noticed that. Actionscript is very case sensitive and not very consistent. But I am sure there is a reason why they do that not sure what though.
i'm not sure, either. and a.s. 3.0 introduces another layer of related, but different, spellings.
int and uint (and void) are not object types, they are primitive type
associations. Values with the type int in Flash are still based around the
Number class (being capitalized, there is an actual Number class in Flash),
but benefit from integer optimizations at a lower level.
"WebmastaDj" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
>I have noticed that. Actionscript is very case sensitive and not very
>consistent. But I am sure there is a reason why they do that not sure what