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Are Graphic objects in Flash different from Action Script objects?



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Asked by SPACECOMPUTER, Last updated: Sep 09, 2020

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D. gray

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Answered May 02, 2019

The correct answer to this question is True. Graphics objects and action scripts would be used in the software Adobe. Graphics objects can be used in the Animate feature of Adobe. Here different graphics objects can be used by various drawing modes and tools. Each tool and mode has advantages and disadvantages to it.

Action script is a programming language featured in Adobe. This language can be used to manipulate interactions, the ability to playback, and display data to applications. Great for all levels of programmers, Action script includes a database of built-in classes to create objects. There are multiple versions of Action script to allow the user to use what is most comfortable for them.

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John Smith

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Answered Aug 09, 2017

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