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I think it has to do with your vector constructor. Here is an example of a Vector being constructed from here,
var ages:Vector.<uint> = new Vector.<uint>(7);
Notice how there is a dot before declaring the type and size.
I have to say I'm kind of surprised by this. It looks suspiciously like generics, and I was under the understanding that ActionScript does not support generics. I also find the (dot)operator in this case to be a peculiar use. Thank you for the information though. If I understand it correctly, it looks like the solution I was looking for. I'll follow up once I've had an opportunity to experiment with it.