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It is a way to forcibly kill the app, without any opportunity for the application objects to clean up after themselves. Most of the time you wouldn't want to use it.
No, it tells the window to close itself. That is a lot different than just hiding it.
No, Close causes a EVT_CLOSE event to be sent. The default handler for that event calls Destroy().
Then you'll get an endless loop.
You use Close() from your menu event handler, or wherever you want to programatically cause the frame to be closed. You only need to provide a handler for EVT_CLOSE if you want to have more control over the closing of the frame than the default automatic destroy.