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Input textbox Hi, I am Mahesh .how to a input textbox accept only alphabet value with using of flash Actionscript. thanks. Mahesh.

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So simple
my_txt.restrict = "A-Z 0-9";
my_txt.restrict = "A-Z";
whatever u can specify in it

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anyway, I also suggest you to check this website, you'll get all your answers here:
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