is there a piece of code to undo an '#include ""'

is there a piece of code to undo an '#include ""'
so that all the functiosn and drawings that are need in my movie
don persist and get in the way later on in my movie?

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liseperuAuthor Commented:
want i think i need is a way to destroy moiveclips created inside the include file

this the call to create my clip

.........more code here

is there a way i destory this?
thanks again
delete _root.square;

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liseperuAuthor Commented:
great will check it out and get back to you in abit

By the way, "delete _root.square;" is largely redundant as it stands above, because that's what removeMovieClip does.  However, you can use delete to remove instances of variables and functions too, which helps re-claim memory.
liseperuAuthor Commented:
thanks that worked a treat
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