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November 26, 2007

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honestly I don't know how to make it works.

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Jim Weaver

Craig,

It is my understanding that interpreted JavaFX Script will be replaced by compiled JavaFX Script, so when the compiler is mature, there won't be a need to support both. Thanks, Jim

codecraig

Are they planning on consolidating the methodology of defining a sequence to one method? Unless the compiler and interpreter can understand both methods, * or [] then it should be only done one way, either use a * or [].

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