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How do I quit an exe - Easy Question

Posted on 2001-06-18
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This is an easy one. I have an small vb exe, and when the I click the close box the application is closed but still running in the background. What command can I issue to completely quit the applications either from the close box or a quit button.
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by:gbaren
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Use the End statement
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Dim frm As Form
For Each frm In Forms
    Unload frm
Next


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unloading the forms explicity is more recommended and more "clean"
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Thanks. That is what I needed.
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