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Q on contents of client.jar

 
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i see that most of them are creating 2 jar files - client & server. both has all common classes. what is the reason for it ?
can i make my client.jar rela thin having only client.java and all other files are saved in server.jar.
in local mode, i can use both jar file. it is just to get common files or i can create a 3rd jar file shared by both jars.
any ideas?
 
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