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How to create exe files ,by clicking which the java application will start directly without giving command java classFilename
 
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You have to follow some of these:

Download the free "JRun" (Look on Download.com).
 
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Follow One of These steps:

1)Download "JRun" and you will run any Class by Double-Clicking...
Or
2)Download "ExeJ" and you will have your .jar file to Windows executable...
Or
3)Write a program on Java that's executes your commands (but you'll need the dependencies files or jars.)


You will find that on net.

But i am warning you that your source code is not protected. Java belongs to OPEN SOURCE community, so...

I suggest you "EXEJ".

(There are many programms that do your job, but these are fine...)

C U! :roll:
 
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