I am trying to get consecutive words in a document using flex. Normally the forward slash should work, but for some reason it is not. Also I need to account for spaces. So I can't seem to use that regex character for this, how do I account for consecutive words in flex C++ programming.

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Hi, I am currently doing a project on remote object communication between Flex 4.1 SDK and Java using Flerry API.I need a Java program that can capture the user keystrokes while the user enter's text in the action-script text-area. i.e I need Java program that captures the keystrokes as user enters the text in a text area in action-script. I find it very inefficient to call a Java method every-time the user enters a character in the text area. Can any one suggest a solution for this?....

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OK, I rarely start threads here, I'm more of a solutions guy than a problems guy; but I've started this thread off the back of something posted elsewhere by my good friend and regular poster in this forum, rajarajan07. (quoted below!) [QUOTE=rajarajan07;1257498]Jason always gives the great explanation for the thing he known. Thats Great! Jason is the right person to write tutorials on Daniweb! Jason plz consider this. [/QUOTE] I think my reply to this warrants its own thread, for reasons which will become apparent shortly...Before that there are some inevitable and inordinately long-winded ramblings: (Sorry!) First up, I must …

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The End.