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which is the best resouce for all fundamental of java

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plz end me resourse which have all fundamental

and how to create exe for java
Jan 11 '07 #1
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plz end me resourse which have all fundamental

and how to create exe for java
You mean a Java source that covers all the fundamentals which is not thescripts.com? That would have to be the Java Language Specification itself.

For that exe, in Java we create .jar files which execute like .exes
Jan 11 '07 #2

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There are programs available to compile .exe files from java source for (some) different platforms. These programs, (IMHO), defeat the purpose of the Java language - Platform Independence (It's sort of compiled AND THEN interpreted - so theoretically any java compilation will work on any platform provided tou have the appropriate JAVA Runtime Environment(or Virtual Machine or whichever thingummy)).

The programs are generally not made for profit, and aren't guaranteed to work perfectly.
Jan 11 '07 #3

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You mean a Java source that covers all the fundamentals which is not thescripts.com? That would have to be the Java Language Specification itself.

For that exe, in Java we create .jar files which execute like .exes

Thanks, for reply
yes we can create .jar file but i wnt to ask that i have developed one s/w in java
ok and as any others ms product can i create .exe for it so that my user can use it just by clicking here i do not want to use any s/w which cover .jar into .exe just using java cammand i wnto do it
Jan 18 '07 #4

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There are programs available to compile .exe files from java source for (some) different platforms. These programs, (IMHO), defeat the purpose of the Java language - Platform Independence (It's sort of compiled AND THEN interpreted - so theoretically any java compilation will work on any platform provided tou have the appropriate JAVA Runtime Environment(or Virtual Machine or whichever thingummy)).

The programs are generally not made for profit, and aren't guaranteed to work perfectly.
thanks for rply
Jan 18 '07 #5

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In reponse to this post. To create the .jar file do you just add in the .jar to the file name?
Jan 18 '07 #6

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In reponse to this post. To create the .jar file do you just add in the .jar to the file name?
No. You use the Java Archiving tool. You have to type a simple command as
explained here
Jan 18 '07 #7

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