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Flash ActionScript 3 Fundamentals Tutorials

Let's learn something new about Flash ActionScript 3 before going into the coming tutorials.

In this ActionScript tutorial series, we will lean how to use variables. Variables are the best friend of computer programming. You can store data into a variable and recall it when you need it.

All computer programs must contain a lot of conditional statements. The if statement is the most commonly used conditional statement in computer programming.

The if statement is easy to use, easy to read, and easy to understand than other conditional statements. However when the structure of the if statement is too long, it becomes difficult to read and manage. In this situation, the switch conditional statement should be used.