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Flash

Value of a security displayed, or flashed across the tape, when the tape display cannot keep up with volume on an exchange and lags the current price by more than approximately five minutes.

Flash

When the tape is late by more than five minutes, the current price of a security that periodically displays, or "flashes," on the ticker. This interrupts the delayed prices and keeps investors abreast of where the current price is even if they do not know how it arrived there. The flash price displays every five or 10 minutes.
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The Java applet and JSP spikes are mainly located in the range [500, 1000]ms, and the Flash ActionScript spikes are mainly scattered in [1000, + [infinity])ms.
All of the functions in the map viewer are written in ActionScript 3.0 language.
This new version of ActionScript might not even be compatible with the current ActionScript 3, which means the Flash Player might have another virtual machine added after AVM1 (ActionScript 1 and 2), and AVM2 (ActionScript 3).
AirLicense provides an ActionScript function interface to the QuickLicense runtime executable with a few drop in components.
"El lenguaje ActionScript, que emplea Flash, es muy especifico tanto en comandos como etiquetas, esto significa que es bastante complicado; sin embargo, facilita el proceso, por lo que hay muchos desarrolladores, mientras que en HTML5 no hay tantos.
Hulu released the latest version of its player built using Adobe Systems ActionScript, saying that HTML5 is Aonot ready for prime timeAo.
"It slipped through the cracks, and it is not something we take lightly." <p>Huang also called crash bugs, which some vendors dismiss as second-class vulnerabilities, "serious 'A' priority bugs," and added that Adobe's policy is that "ActionScript developers should never be able to crash Flash Player." ActionScript is the scripting language supported by Flash.
Most of the best effects have to be created using ActionScript, the coding language used in the Flash software.
According to the company, Adobe AIR 1.5, a key component of the Adobe Flash Platform, allows web developers to use HTML, JavaScript, ActionScript and the free, open source Flex framework to deliver web applications outside the browser.
ActionScript 3.0 language and Flash CS3 environment were used for development of software.
Other highlights include working with the Actions panel to create ActionScript for basic interactivity, using Flash's Publish feature for putting Flash creations on the Web, and importing and working with various non-Flash content, including artwork from other applications, and sounds and video.
Learning Flash is difficult, and in order to be used to full potential, the application requires that the developer know the programming language ActionScript. Reviewers were united in their view that getting the most out of Flash requires time and experience.