C# PROGRAMMING

Closing Your Application

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A common way to close the application is to use the following command:

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Application.Current.Shutdown();

However, although your main form will close, this can sometimes leave remnants (e.g. processes) running in the background. If this is happening, I have found that the following way exits everything:

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// The parameter is an exit code, use 0 if you
// are not concerned about this.
Environment.Exit(0);

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Geoffrey Hunter

Dude making stuff.

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