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Author : Paul Hamaker. Part of JavaLessons.com

To show that you can create a separate window from an applet (or from any other window, for that matter), we create an instance of our javax.swing.JFrame subclass .

We set its size, position it on the screen and make it visible :

We can use the same button on the applet to get rid of the window :

This gets rid of the visual counterpart,....

while this gets rid of our Java instance with its associated memory block, that will be garbage-collected.

When the window is closed, this code gets executed.

An anonymous instance of WindowAdapter ....

is registered as WindowListener, initially.

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If you want to keep a window alive, use the same technique as with the dialog :

setVisible( false/true ) instead of dispose etc.

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Always save a reference to the parent, the creator .

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