Is there a tool in JOSM to easily discover if you have a 'closed' or 'open' loop?

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Make sure the "Selection list window" (Alt-Shift-T) is visible in the right column. Then select the way you are interested in and look at the icon in front of it.

Different icons for area and way in Josm

If the ways are part of a multipolygon, then you can also use the relation editor. It uses the same icons for individual ways and a similar set for loops formed by multiple ways.

Different icons for area and way in Josm relation editor

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