adrianparr


Member since 02/09/2009

Name: Adrian Parr

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Location: Aylesbury, UK

Website: http://www.adrianparr.com

I am an experienced freelance multimedia professional with a strong mix of technical and managerial skills. I have more than eight years’ experience working in a busy London full-service digital media agency. I consider myself an all-round digital media expert with a focus on Adobe Flash and related technologies. I am a hard worker who is very easy to get along with.\r\n\r\nPlease visit my LinkedIn profile (http://www.linkedin.com/in/adrianparr) to view recommendations from previous co-workers. I have worked on interactive projects across a wide range of sectors, including education, government, television and advertising, receiving more than 20 major industry awards. I am passionate about the industry and active within the online community, and always ensure my knowledge is up-to-date.

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Credit goes to Bruno Imbrizi.
0 148 posted 8 years ago by adrianparr
Credit goes to Bruno Imbrizi.
0 177 posted 8 years ago by adrianparr
0 169 posted 8 years ago by adrianparr
Examples of different ways to truncate/round a decimal number.
0 133 posted 8 years ago by adrianparr
Full credit for this goes to Deva Raj (@nsdevaraj). This is also a good function for doing a similar thing, http://snipplr.com/view/27954/as3-convert-a-number-to-a-string/
2 146 posted 9 years ago by adrianparr
This returns a string with a single space after the fifth character. Useful for displaying a UK mobile number which is easy to read.
0 76 posted 10 years ago by adrianparr
If the item cannot be found then the return value is NaN. This function only returns the index of the first occurence found, so it's not very good if you have multiple occurrences of the same value in the array.
0 210 posted 10 years ago by adrianparr
// Example usage ... trace(fNumToWord(56345)); // Output ... // Fifty-Six Thousand and Three Hundred and Forty-Five
0 211 posted 10 years ago by adrianparr
Format a number so it is more humanly readable. It allows for setting the number of decimal places (inc. adding 0000s to the end) and separating thousands with a comma. Example usage: trace(numberFormat(1234.695, 2, true, false)); // Output:...
0 191 posted 10 years ago by adrianparr
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