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Defining Date() Parameters
We can also send parameters to the Date() object in ActionScript 3.0 by placing values into the parenthesis. This gives us a method to set times and dates, or augment the value of a Date() object we have. We can run operations to see if dates match, are less than or greater than, and many other operations that our ActionScript 3.0 projects call for.

Defining Parameters for the Date() object
In the following example we create three different Date() objects to hold separate values defined by our parameters
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var date1:Date = new Date();
trace(date1); // now
    
var date2:Date = new Date(2004, 11, 25);
trace(date2); // Christmas 2004
    
var date3:Date = new Date(2002, 5, 6, 9, 30, 15, 0);
trace(date3); // Thu Jun 6 09:30:15 GMT-0400 2002

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Tue Aug 4 08:41:15 GMT-0400 2009
Sat Dec 25 00:00:00 GMT-0500 2004
Thu Jun 6 09:30:15 GMT-0400 2002
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