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Tweening a Generic Object

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Are there any downsides (minus data typing) to tweening a generic Object that is a property of some Class vs. creating a specific Class (extending Object) and tweening on that?


For example, this is the Class property (foo) that I'm using the Tween on to tween all of foo's properties — I'm curious if this has any downsides from a GC standpoint:


public var foo:Object = {a:1, b:2, c:3, d:4, e:5, f:6, g:7, h:8};



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Besides the obvious performance trade offs of tweening generic objects, I don't see any major issues at all. Sometimes it can be quite handy. It wouldn't be my first choice in most situations though.

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