Could someone give me a few reasons why an Application isn't terminating on close? `*THIS IS FOR A JavaFX APPLICATION*`

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Hi there, I'm using windows 8, I was able to use all apps and enjoying them but unfortunately now, they will not open I click on the app's tile in start menu, it tries to open but after seeing the loading, suddenly it terminates and start menu comes up. I googled and found solutions like resolution changing, uninstalling programs and changing user acount settings and it won't work for me what should I do :(

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Hello. I am working on a Perl script that shoulld iterate through ~100 links from a MySQL table and test the links one at a time. I am using rtmpdump/mplayer to test the links (which are streaming videos), and I want to e-mail out a report after testing all the links. The problem is the script seems to be running multiple times instead of just iterating through the list of all the links once. Also script is leaving the child "rtmpdump" and "mplayer" processes running in the background so I have thousands of orphaned processes after the script has run. …

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i have a game in eclipse that when i used to run would open up and work but i made a couple changes to it and now it just runs for a couple seconds(doesnt open up any windows) and then it says terminated down by the console in eclipse?

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I'm having trouble figuring out how to use exceptions to check if a file stream was created successfully. I know I can use if statements, but how do I do this using try/catch statements? It compiles successfully but it gives me an error when I supply a non-existent filename as an argument. If I supply a file that does exist, it runs fine. The message I get when I give it a bogus filename is: [code] terminate called after throwing an instance of 'char*' Abort trap [/code] [code=cpp] #include <iostream> #include <fstream> #include <exception> int main(int argc, char *argv[]) { …

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