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How to display an Alert, then exit.  RSS feed

 
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When my midlet is started, it immediately requests to make a HTTPConnection.
However if the user choose NO to the prompt "Allow access to the internet?", I want to display an Alert that says Sorry this application requires network access to function. This program will now exit.

The Display.setCurrent( Alert, Displayable ) requires a Displayable parameter as well. When the user presses OK on the Alert; I want the midlet to exit.

What are the alternatives ?

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I have solved my problem.
 
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