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Author: Kory Roberts | Website: http://www.k2w.f2s.com/

The Basics Part 2

There are a variety of ways to call this function. Let's assume you have a Dynamic Textfield called string_out.

Calling from a Frame:

string_out = searchandreplace("everything goes", "everything", "anything");

Calling from a Button:

on (release) {
   string_out = searchandreplace("everything goes", "everything", "anything");
}

However it is called, string_out now equals "anything goes".

You now have the basic knowledge necessary to use this function in your own movies.

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Added: 2001-01-08
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Kory Roberts is a part-time Flash developer. He is the author of ScoreKeeper and has experience integrating Flash with other scripting languages, such as Perl/CGI and PHP.
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