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heya !
may i know hwo to close an applet ?
wats the command for it ?
thnks
 
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Have you tried
applet.stop()
also,
applet.destroy() - tells applet to lose all its resources, but still requires the stop(). But an applet is destroyed when the page changes, as its only part of the present page...
You should be able to get this info from any search on Applets reference.
 
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