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Hi,

My program keeps running in the background after I have closed the window.  I have tried calling destroywindow in the destructor of my frame class.  How do I free the memory my program takes up after it has closed?

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How to Programatically Terminate an MFC Application
http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;117320
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It does not seem to be happening anymore, no idea what that was all about, all I did was restart the comp :)
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