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Default help with Events

been working with the Beginning Java 2 (1.3 edition.)
page 629 working with the SketchFrame java file..

i don't understand how to create event handlers for when someone clicks on the menu and clicks on exit.. where do i define the exit button so when someone clicks on it, it closes the program..

Here's some of my code:

quitProgramAction = new FileAction("Quit Program",KeyStroke.getKeyStroke('Q', Event.CTRL_MASK));
addMenuItem(fileMenu, quitProgramAction);
private JMenuItem addMenuItem(JMenu menu, Action action)
JMenuItem item = menu.add(action);

KeyStroke keystroke = (KeyStroke)action.getValue(action.ACCELERATOR_KEY);
    if(keystroke != null)
      return item;

any help is greatly appreciated

Eric Giblock
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