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hi
we wanted to find out a way to close application other than java applications say media player etc.

we also have another problem ,we normally close frames in java by setting them invisible.but that might be a crude method.is there a way to actually close a frame without exiting the whole application.
 
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As far as killing processes you didn't launch: the solution would be platform-specific. Calling "kill" via Runtime.exec() would work on UNIX. On Windows, who knows?

You can call dispose() on a JFrame (or JDialog) to actually destroy it.

These aren't advanced questions; they would be a little more apropriate in the "Intermediate" forum. I'll move this thread there.
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