Ampre’s code has a bug in handling Array of strings (refer to my previous post). Since he is just enclosing the result of original Array.toString() with square backets it returns [a,b,10] when it is supposed to return [‘a’, ‘b’ ,10]. Just replacing his version of Array.prototype.toString with the following code fixes it.

[UPDATE] included the ActionScript 3 version as well 🙂 It became lot more simpler with the regular expressions

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/*
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   Developed by R.Arul Kumaran [[email protected]]
   for more code keep visiting [www.luracast.com/all/blog]
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Coming Soon....
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 */
/*
/*
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   Developed by R.Arul Kumaran [[email protected]]
   for more code keep visiting [www.luracast.com/all/blog]
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 */
Array.prototype.toString = function() {
        var s;
        for (var i = 0; i
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