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Date Submitted Sat. Jan. 5th, 2013 8:57 AM
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Beginner kylgstus
Tags ActionScript | Clipboard | Keylogger | mac | software | trace
Comments 0 comments
Do you want to know How Mac Keylogger Software Works? www.keyloggersoftware.us provides Mac monitoring program traces typed clipboard content and other keystroke activities perform by guest user on Apple notebook in hidden manner.
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Date Submitted Fri. Jan. 11th, 2008 11:35 PM
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Scripter Fordiman
Tags ActionScript | Bind | curry | JavaScript | Prototype
Comments 1 comments
Ok, so here's the deal. I've started to dally with Flash a bit, and I'm feeling all naked without my nifty Prototype functionality.

Most important to me are the bind() and curry() functions (though, others will rear their heads as my AS code gets more complex), Object.extend, and $A. They are para-ported here.
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Date Submitted Fri. Dec. 8th, 2006 9:28 PM
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Beginner neshumah
Tags ActionScript | Random
Comments 0 comments
Return a random number within a gived range
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Date Submitted Fri. Oct. 13th, 2006 10:01 AM
Revision 1
Beginner nothingHappens
Tags ActionScript | DataGrid | Flash | sorting
Comments 0 comments
I think that the problem comes when you populate a DataGrid's dataProvider with data from a a remoting call, such as a RecordSet returned from AMFPHP. The remoting protocol doesn't remember the datatype of each database column, so once you get the RecordSet back to ActionScript everything has become a String. You could go to the trouble of casting every numeric column's contents in the RecordSet to a Number so that the DataGrid will sort those columns numerically (1, 2, 3, ...) rather than lexicographically (1, 10, 11, ..., 2, 20, ...)... or you could throw this quick little function in and tell it which columns you consider numeric. It will replace the default sorting behavior with one that casts to numbers before comparing, when dealing in the columns you specify. Pass it an array of the columns' indices and the DataGrid in question. Non-numeric strings in the columns you specify will get treated as 0 and left unsorted at the top.