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Can Flash Call a Function in Flex or can flex listen for an event?

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I have a swf file thats inside the swfLoader of my Flex app.
one of the objects in my Flash file has a method that does a tween on some objects that are added.
I call that method from Flex - no problems.
But that method now has a TweenEvent listener for when the tween is done. I need to notify the Flex app that the tween is done.

Can I do this.
Can someone show me a code snippet or point me to the light.

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//flash bit
		public function doScroll():void{
			var stopPos:Number = (this.height*(-1)) + 53;
			myTween = new Tween(this, "y", Regular.easeIn, this.y, stopPos, 20, true);
			myTween.addEventListener(TweenEvent.MOTION_FINISH, finish);
			
			
		}
		
		
		public function finish(event:TweenEvent):void{
		     isFinished = true;
	         }
 
 
//flex app
	myFlashChild.page.doScroll();

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