Sometimes you just need to say bye. This sounds like being overly enthusiastica about a single command. And you are free to have that opinion ;o)
However, I feel, that the quit command, together with all the other fscommands is one of the key things making Flash Lite different and altogether more controlled.
The quit command does excatly what it says on the tin it makes the Flash Lite application quit, clear all variables and any memory allocations and simply just go away.
At any time in the execution of some ActionScript the creator of the application is able to decide that here is when we are no more.
That, in my opinion, is what makes Flash Lite applications applications more than anything else.
It could not be more simple. See:
You can find more information about different fscommands by following This link
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--00:55, 4 December 2007 (EET)