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    Smile [SOLVED] Need help in theory of Java in netbeans

    Hello guys,, i need your help,, this is my problem,,, i am using netbeans for my java program,, i am new to netbeans,,,, i am quite confused about the "Compile" and "Build" and "Execute" function on this IDE,, what is the difference between Compile and Build? i tried both and both produces .class files.. what is the difference between this two?

    please help because i am new to this IDE... thanks a lot..

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    Compile means your application convert into machine codes. As you well known in to *.class files.

    Build do the same as well as, deploy your project. Created a jar file inside the dist folder.

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    thanks eranga,, i really apppreciate your help....thanks...

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