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Author: Mr.Ehab


This tutorial will teach you how to use flash actionscripting (probably flash 5) to convert between the different number systems (decimal, binary, octal, and hexadecimal). You will know how to use and invoke functions (important feature in flash 5), how to use arrays, and how to exploit literal strings in the hexadecimal number system.

Note: My movie DOES NOT test if, for example you chose to convert a binary number to a decimal number, that the number you entered is a binary number, but I instead intended to provide you with the basics of how to convert from a certain system to another.
» Level Intermediate

Added: 2002-03-04
Rating: 5.83 Votes: 42
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Student studying Computer Engineering and Graphic Design.
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