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What is Event Flow? - Flash
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What is Event Flow?



- At the time of event firing to an object, which is in the list, all the objects are notified.

- Every event of each object is notified by the event listeners.

- The process starts with the display list to the original object when an event occurred.

- The event flow may be one of the following 3 operations:

1. Capturing – Handling events between roots to target.

2. Target – All events are handled in the target.

3. Bubbling – Events are handled between parent of target and root.

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