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Terminating delphi app

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Hi!

Does anybody know how can i terminate an delphi application without the application.terminate procedure (and without the use of the forms unit)?

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You can send a WM_CLOSE message to the main window of the Delphi application. All this requires is the Windows unit in the uses clause.

Example:

SendMessage(Application.mainform.handle, WM_CLOSE, 0, 0);

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Alex
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