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Old May 5th, 2007, 03:51 PM
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How i can make .exe file with Java ?

 
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U can make an executable file from a java file using some softwares available on net. But once u convert it the platform independent feature of java will no longer be ther.So the very essence of java will not be fulfilled with conversion

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quote:Originally posted by pwj
 Hi,
How i can make .exe file with Java ?


You can try creating an executable JAR file.

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Rakesh




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