PaperKingdoms

July 9, 2007

asfunction – Use more than one variable!

Filed under: actionscript, design, musings, open source, program, software, tech, tutorial, web development — bardicknowledge @ 10:40 am

So I was trying to use asfunction to pass two variables, well because I needed two. So after a few hours of looking for a pre-existing script to do this or some other way to do it I just do frustrated and wrote my own script that will let me pass (theoretically) as many variables as my heart desires.

It’s a rather simple/small script that plays off how asfunction treats all text after the first comma as a string. So realizing this you can use special characters (I use a comma) to separate your variables. You then pass the single string that contains your vars to a function that searchers for that special char and breaks the string apart and puts your vars into an array.

Get it? Simple, eh?

Anyways, link to source script.

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1 Comment »

  1. […] A pawns history « asfunction – Use more than one variable! […]

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