Thoughts on Creating a Profanity Filter

Recently I’ve been working on making a front end profanity filter. It makes more sense to have a filter be on the server side and return an accepted or rejected response, but since my strength is in AS3 I’ve decided to do it this way. There’s two parts I want to explain, the first being the reason for a profanity filter, and the second being the actual code. You can check out the demo here.

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