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Learning ActionScript 2.0 for Macromedia® Flash® 8 by Peter deHaan, Jen deHaan

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Appendix A. Error Messages

Macromedia Flash Basic 8 and Macromedia Flash Professional 8 provide compile-time error reporting when you publish to ActionScript 2.0 (the default). The following table contains a list of error messages that the Flash compiler can generate:

Error number

Message text

1093

A class name was expected.

1094

A base class name is expected after the ‘extends’ keyword.

1095

A member attribute was used incorrectly.

1096

The same member name may not be repeated more than once.

1097

All member functions need to have names.

1099

This statement is not permitted in a class definition.

1100

A class or interface has already been defined with this name.

1101

Type mismatch.

1102

There is no class with the name ‘<ClassName>’.

1103

There is no property with ...

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