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Old 06-02-2008, 05:38 PM   #1
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Just wondering if it was possible to call a) either two functions within the same addEventListener or b) to nest a function within a function -- using AS3.

New to OOP and was just wondering if I could do so.

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Old 06-02-2008, 08:45 PM   #2
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(a) I don't think you can call two functions directly from one event listener (I'm a noob, so I could be wrong) but you can definitely do this:

Code:
addEventListener(Event.SOME_KIND_OF_EVENT, masterFunction);

masterFunction():void
{
	// all this function does is call two other functions
	doFunction1();
	doFunction2();
}

function doFunction1():void
{
	
}

function doFunction2():void
{
	
}
So, yes, you can definitely call one function from within another.
Not sure if that's what you mean by 'nesting'?
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