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What is ActionScript?

ActionScript is a programming language developed by Macromedia and used to create many different applications. It’s been around since 1998, but due to its use in Flash, it has become more popular.

ActionScript is an object-oriented language, meaning that code is organized into units called objects. These objects can then be used to create more complex applications.

ActionScript also has a number of built-in functions which allow you to do things such as manipulate images, control the flow of your application, and communicate with servers.

One of the great things about ActionScript is that it can be used for a variety of purposes. For example, you can use it to create websites, animations, or user interfaces.

Additionally, ActionScript is a powerful tool for developing cross-platform applications. By using Flash Builder, you can create applications that will run on both Windows and Mac computers.

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