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    elizabeth is offline Member
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    Default How to compile an applet to an exe

    how do I compile an applet to an .exe?
    do I need to install all the packages that I use in my applet ?
    thank you

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    I'm afraid you cannot.
    You can try to write it as a Java application, then compile it to a .exe, however, they need to install jre.

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    i think it is not possible because java applications are sandboxed.. which requires a java runtime environment for every java related apps

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    Quote Originally Posted by winniejr_99 View Post
    i think it is not possible because java applications are sandboxed.. which requires a java runtime environment for every java related apps
    You cant write applet into and execution files.But it would be much appropriate to write it as HTML rather than Java Source(HTML is Next best approachable environment).

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    but then you still need a JRE and besides the java application will just be embedded to the html right? so i conclude the it's not possible. :)

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