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Perform operations using variables
 

package{
  import flash.display.Sprite;
  
  public class Main extends Sprite{
    public function Main(){
        var myVariable:Number = 6;
        var nPrice:Number = 9.99;
        trace(myVariable * nPrice);  // Displays: 59.94
    }
  }
}

        














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1.To declare a variable using strong typing: var variableName:Datatype;
2.Once a variable has been declared, you can assign a value to it using a simple assignment statement with an equals sign
3.You can also declare the variable and assign a value, or initialize the variable, all on one line
4.It is a good practice to initialize your variables to null when you don't have any other specific value to assign to them
5.You can declare several variables on a single line
6.Using Access Controls
7.Overriding Variables
8.Use the this keyword when referring to an instance variable with the same name as a function variable:
9.To declare the data type of a variable, use the colon operator right after the name of the variable.
10.Using Untyped Variables with the Wildcard (*) Data Type
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