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Part 2: Result JAR Size

 
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I am about to submit my solution for part 2. My result JAR size is 960K do you think it will be Ok to submit it? Or I may encounter problems. I think assignment mentions the result Jar size should be between 200K and 400K. I tried everything to bring it from 1.2M to 960K.

Please advise.

Vlad.
 
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Originally posted by Vlad Eroshin:
I am about to submit my solution for part 2. My result JAR size is 960K do you think it will be Ok to submit it? Or I may encounter problems. I think assignment mentions the result Jar size should be between 200K and 400K. I tried everything to bring it from 1.2M to 960K.

Please advise.

Vlad.



My file size was around 500 KB .. I didnot have any problem.. You may think of sending as .png format
 
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If your jar size is less than 1 MB, I dont think it is a problem.
 
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