How do you listen for a cue point in a netstream within actionscript 3?

I want to have a command execute when the netstream reads the metadata for a cuepoint in a video. I would preferably like to have it run according to a switch which listens for specific specified cue points incase the video will have more than one which serve specific functions.
livingin360Asked:
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livingin360Author Commented:
Found the answer myself
var netClient:Object = new Object();
netClient.onCuePoint = function(info:Object)
{
	trace("cuepoint: time=" + info.time + " name=" + info.name + " type=" + info.type);
	switch (info.name)
	{
		case "Resolve" :
			gotoAndPlay("ResolveUnit")
			break;
		case "blah" :
			break;
		case "blah2" :
			break;
	}
};

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livingin360Author Commented:
Because I answered it myself and successfully tested it
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