At 1/30/13 07:06 AM, FlyingColours wrote:
I have to agree with Barzona. I'm still using AS2, I'm not going to migrate to AS3 for another couple of years, and I'm not ashamed of it. :P
you code in AS2 properly. I don't honestly know what to say about that.
i've actually done some proper AS2 coding before, and it's all well and good, but AS3's structure is just more logical (and thus simpler). You don't need to jump through any fancy hoops to get classes to work. Plus, you get a bunch more built-in classes and thus a bunch more freedom in what you want to do.
but it's up to you, I suppose.
at any rate, you are correct (both AS2 and AS3, though there's some rules with variables having the same name in AS3. For the most part, the rules are "don't do it.")