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Dynamic Text

  • Sham Bhangal
  • John Davey
  • Jen deHaan
  • Scott Mebberson
  • Tim Parker
  • Glen Rhodes

Abstract

The first step when working with dynamic text is to understand the base and native object of the text itself: the humble String object. Only then can we really get to grips with using text fields and text formatting. The String object can essentially be thought of as a type of variable, that holds text and numbers. Strings can be virtually any length and they’re used to store textual information such as names, narrative, and just about anything else you care to think of.

Keywords

Text Field Dynamic Text Text String Selection Object Movie Clip 
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Copyright information

© Apress 2002

Authors and Affiliations

  • Sham Bhangal
  • John Davey
  • Jen deHaan
  • Scott Mebberson
  • Tim Parker
  • Glen Rhodes

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