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Hi Ranchers...

i am very much Confusing About Development Chapter..(classpath, jarfiles.....)

Is there any other material for thet cahpter..

if so please give me suggestions...

Thanks in advance
 
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Originally posted by Madhu repala:
Hi Ranchers...

i am very much Confusing About Development Chapter..(classpath, jarfiles.....)

Is there any other material for thet cahpter..

if so please give me suggestions...

Thanks in advance



May be because that is something you can not understand unless you practice them. You can understand program logic without writing and compiling, but not commands/configuration, i would suggest you try them out with a PC it should be ok.
 
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I have a Program like this..

package name is Game

in this package Board1,board2 two .java Files and .class files are there


How to make a jar file for this...


main method is in Board1 class...
 
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Originally posted by Madhu repala:
How to make a jar file for this...


See The Java Tutorial: Lesson: Packaging Programs in JAR Files
 
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