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Flash / Flex / ActionScript » String » String 
Call the toString() method. This method returns the string representation of any type of object if available.
 

package{
  import flash.display.Sprite;
  
  public class Main extends Sprite{
    public function Main(){


        var sTitle:String = new String("ActionScript Bible");
        
        trace(sTitle.toString())// Displays: ActionScript Bible
        
        //By default, the toString() method of an object is called if you attempt to use it where Flash is expecting a string. 
        
        var sTitle:String = new String("ActionScript Bible");
        
        trace(sTitle)// Displays: ActionScript Bible
        
    }
  }
}

        
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