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applet closing?

 
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hi javaites!
please tell me
how to close a applet progamatically?/
[This message has been edited by aseem kapoor (edited June 26, 2000).]
 
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[applet is same as you do the normal program. I will give you a sample do the same and see . this would help you a lot
/**** code bigins here ****/
//<applet code = sampleproject width = 100 height = 200></applet>;
import java.applet.Applet;
import java.awt.*;
import java.awt.event.*;
public class sampleproject extends Applet {
TextField login,password;
Label log, pass, name, dob;
Button enter, regester;
public void init()
{
setLayout(new GridLayout(9,3));
Panel o = new Panel();
add(o);
Panel p = new Panel();
log = new Label("Login Name:");
p.add(log);
login = new TextField(10);
p.add(login);
add(p);
Panel p1 = new Panel();
pass = new Label("Password:");
p1.add(pass);
password = new TextField(10);
p1.add(password);
add(p1);
Panel p2 = new Panel();
regester = new Button("Sign me up");
p2.add(regester);
regester.addActionListener(this);
enter = new Button("please Login");
p2.add(enter);
add(p2);
}
}
/******** the program ends here**********/
I think it may help you


 
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Put a button ( call it button1) on your applet and do the following:
1- make your applet implements ActionListener
2- put in your init method: button1.addActionListener(this);
3- add the method : public void actionPerformed(Actionevent e)
{
System.exit(0);
}
I hope that will help.
 
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