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hi all,

i am not sure about the proper terminology.

after i write out the java code, how do i wrap it up and make it look like an application? ie there is an icon where i can click and run my application? rather than going to my IDE and click run.

is there something like a wrapper tool that i can use? thanks!
 
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Read the Java Tutorials section about deployment. That should provide all the information you need.

Your IDE may be able to create a .jar file for you.
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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