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using MIDI classes: HF Java

 
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Going through some of the code in Head First Java there is a command line Midi player that I created, copied from the book. However whenever I run it, it makes a sound but doesn't end the program, I have to hit [ctrl] + c to end it.
What is it that I'm missing to end the application after the sound plays?
Here is the whole code:

[ September 24, 2006: Message edited by: Michael Farinha ]
 
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I know that if you use a GUI, you have to explicitely terminate the program but I would not have thought that it was true for everything in javax...

In any case, add System.exit(0) at the point where you want to terminate.
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