Colin Moock's Lost ActionScript 3.0 Weekend Course 1

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during the override example

Unlike most methods, the toString() method does not require the "override" keyword. The example would be correct for most other methods, but the Object class presents a special case; its methods are dynamically created on Object's prototype, so the "override toString()" syntax shown would cause a compiler error.

Colin Moock
Colin Moock
Mar 12, 2009