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Index: E

E property (Math object): 20.5. Alphabetical Language Reference
ECMA-262 standard: 0. Foreword
case-sensitivity requirements: 14.6. Case Sensitivity
differences among ActionScript, JavaScript, and: D. Differences from ECMA-262 and JavaScript
object-oriented programming resources: 12.5.5. Object-Oriented Programming Summary
potential reserved words: 14.4. Reserved Words
resources: A.2. ECMA-262 Resources
void operator and: 5.10. The void Operator
element nodes: 20.5. Alphabetical Language Reference
creating: 20.5. Alphabetical Language Reference
XML.nodeValue property and: 20.5. Alphabetical Language Reference
ELEMENT_NODE (XML node type): 20.5. Alphabetical Language Reference
else if statement: 7.3. The else if Statement
else statement: 7.2. The else Statement
Embed Fonts option for text fields: 18.3.7. Embed Fonts
18.5.11. Using HTML as Output
embedded fonts in HTML text fields: 18.5.11. Using HTML as Output
empty-clip timeline loops, creating: 8.7.1. Creating an Empty-Clip Timeline Loop
empty statement: 6.3. The ActionScript Statements
6.3.11. The Empty Statement
empty strings: 4.5.2.1. The empty string
encoded strings, creating: 4.5.1. Character Encoding
20.5. Alphabetical Language Reference
END property (Key object): 20.5. Alphabetical Language Reference
Enter key
capturing: 10.11.4.1. Handling special keys
disabling with Single Line option: 18.3.1. Line Display
ENTER property (Key object): 20.5. Alphabetical Language Reference
enterFrame movie clip event: 10.10.1. enterFrame
enterFrame movie clip event handler: 10.10.1. enterFrame
20.5. Alphabetical Language Reference
building a portable preloader: 20.5. Alphabetical Language Reference
capturing shortcut-key-style combinations: 10.11.4.1. Handling special keys
checking for keypresses: 10.11.5. keyUp
creating loops with: 8.7.2. Flash 5 Clip Event Loops
13.2.4. Process Clips
order of execution: 10.12. Order of Execution
simulating dynamic event handling: 10.16. Dynamic Movie Clip Event Handlers
ENTITY_NODE (XML node type): 20.5. Alphabetical Language Reference
ENTITY_REFERENCE_NODE (XML node type): 20.5. Alphabetical Language Reference
enum keyword (potential reserved word): 14.4. Reserved Words
eq (equality) operator (Flash 4): 3.4.4. Flash 4-to-Flash 5 Datatype Conversion
4.6.11. Flash 4 Versus Flash 5 String Operators and Functions
equality (==) operator (Flash 5): 4.6.2.1. Using the equality (==) and inequality (!=) operators
5.4. The Equality and Inequality Operators
equality (eq) operator (Flash 4): 3.4.4. Flash 4-to-Flash 5 Datatype Conversion
4.6.11. Flash 4 Versus Flash 5 String Operators and Functions
equality of primitive datatypes: 5.4.1. Primitive Datatype Equality
equals sign (=) assignment operator: 5.2. The Assignment Operator
error checking: 19.1. Debugging Tools
error messages: 19.1. Debugging Tools
errors, debugging: 19. Debugging
escape() global function: 20.5. Alphabetical Language Reference
Escape key, capturing: 10.11.4.1. Handling special keys
ESCAPE property (Key object): 20.5. Alphabetical Language Reference
escape sequences
in ActionScript: 4.5.2.2. Escape sequences
hexadecimal: 4.5.2.3. Unicode-style escape sequences
20.5. Alphabetical Language Reference
in string literals: 4.5.2.2. Escape sequences
Unicode: 4.5.1. Character Encoding
4.5.2.3. Unicode-style escape sequences
B. Latin 1 Character Repertoire and Keycodes
escaped strings, decoding: 20.5. Alphabetical Language Reference
eval() global function: 4.6.10. Executing Code in a String with eval
20.5. Alphabetical Language Reference
Selection.getFocus() and: 20.5. Alphabetical Language Reference
event-based execution model: 1.2.6. The Event-Based Execution Model
10.2. Event-Based AsynchronousCode Execution
event handlers: 1.2.6. The Event-Based Execution Model
10.4. Event Handlers
applications of: 10.17. Event Handlers Applied
attaching to
built-in object classes: 10.6.2. Attaching Event Handlers to Other Objects
10.16. Dynamic Movie Clip Event Handlers
buttons/movie clips: 10.6.1. Attaching Event Handlers to Buttons and Movie Clips
centralizing code: 10.15. Code Reusability
creating: 10.6. Creating Event Handlers
debugging: 19.2.3. Common Sources of Bugs
defining: 10.5. Event Handler Syntax
examples of: 10.17. Event Handlers Applied
life span of: 10.6.2. Attaching Event Handlers to Other Objects
missing: 19.2.3. Common Sources of Bugs
movie clips: 20.5. Alphabetical Language Reference
onClose (XMLSocket class): 20.5. Alphabetical Language Reference
onConnect (XMLSocket class): 20.5. Alphabetical Language Reference
onData()
XML class: 20.5. Alphabetical Language Reference
20.5. Alphabetical Language Reference
XMLSocket class: 20.5. Alphabetical Language Reference
onLoad(): 20.5. Alphabetical Language Reference
20.5. Alphabetical Language Reference
onXML (XMLSocket class): 20.5. Alphabetical Language Reference
scope: 10.7. Event Handler Scope
scripting buttons: 1.3.6. Scripting the Answer Buttons
vs. functions: 10.4. Event Handlers
XML class: 20.5. Alphabetical Language Reference
event protocol (getURL()): 20.5. Alphabetical Language Reference
events: 10. Events and Event Handlers
button (see button events)
_changed event (text fields): 18.4.4. The _changed Event
movie clip (see movie clip events)
types of: 10.3. Types of Events
exec command (standalone Player): 20.5. Alphabetical Language Reference
execution model, event-based: 1.2.6. The Event-Based Execution Model
10.2. Event-Based AsynchronousCode Execution
execution order
of clip event handlers: 10.12. Order of Execution
of code on layers: 13.4.4. Stacks and Order of Execution
exp() (Math object): 20.5. Alphabetical Language Reference
Expert Mode (Actions panel): 16.1.1.2. Expert Mode
adding code to Actions panel: 1.1.2. Say Hi to Flash
multiline comments and: 14.3. Comments
explicit datatype conversion: 3.4.2. Explicit Type Conversion
explicit vs. implicit variable declaration: 2.1.1. Automatic Variable Creation
exponents in floating-point literals: 4.3.2. Floating-Point Literals
export keyword (potential reserved word): 14.4. Reserved Words
exporting sounds: 20.5. Alphabetical Language Reference
expression statements: 6.3.2. Expression Statements
expressions: 1.2.2. Expressions
6.2. Statement Syntax
in assignment operations: 5.2. The Assignment Operator
complex: 3.3. Creating and Categorizing Data
automatic typing: 3.3.2. Automatic Complex Expression Typing
creating data using: 3.3. Creating and Categorizing Data
literal: 1.2.2. Expressions
3.3. Creating and Categorizing Data
operators and: 5.1.1. Operators and Expressions
regular (not supported): 4.6.5.5. No regular expressions
20.5. Alphabetical Language Reference
extends keyword (potential reserved word): 14.4. Reserved Words
external ActionScript files, importing text of: 16.7.2. #include (Compile-Time Import)
20.5. Alphabetical Language Reference
external movies, importing: 13.3.4. Importing External Movies


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