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Flex 4: Components inside components

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Is it bad practice/design to nest components inside components using Flex 4? Should I simply be creating components and inserting them into my main application as attached, or doesn't it matter?
<com:MyComp1>
    <com:MyComp2>
        <com:MyComp3>
            <s:Label text="This is a test."/>
        </com:MyComp3>
    </com:MyComp2>
</com:MyComp1>

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Its not bad practice, it's the way you do it ;-)

As a rule of thumb ... if the component belongs to a greater component, put it inside. If it has nothing to do with it, put it outside.
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