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package {     import flash.display.*;     import flash.events.*;     import flash.text.*;         public class Main extends MovieClip     {         // MovieClips on the stage assigned to buttons         public var home:MovieClip;         public var about:MovieClip;         public var contact:MovieClip;         //substitute internal XML for this example         private var xml:XML;         // container for the buttons         private var buttons:Sprite;         // track previous and current buttons         private var currentButton:MovieClip;         private var previousButton:MovieClip;                 public function Main()         {             xml =             <site>                 <item title="Home" clip="home"/>                 <item title="About" clip="about"/>                 <item title="Contact" clip="contact"/>             </site>                         buttons = new Sprite();             addChild(buttons);                         for each(var t in xml..item)             {                 var b:Btn = new Btn();                 b.buttonLabel.autoSize = TextFieldAutoSize.LEFT;                 b.buttonLabel.text = t.@title;                 // assign a clip to the button using a dynamic property                 b.clip = this[t.@clip] as MovieClip;                 b.buttonMode = true;                 b.mouseChildren = false;                 b.addEventListener(MouseEvent.CLICK, onClick, false, 0, true);                                 b.x = buttons.width;                 buttons.addChild(b);             }         }                 private function onClick(e:MouseEvent):void         {             currentButton = e.target as MovieClip;             currentButton.clip.play();                         if(previousButton)             {                 previousButton.clip.gotoAndStop(1);             }                         previousButton = currentButton;         }     } }

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