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    Hey everyone! I have a project for my java class and the instructor wants us to turn in our compiled bytecode along with the source code. I really have no clue what bytecode is or know where I can find it. I don't know it this helps but I am using NetBeans IDE 6.9.1.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Haal View Post
    Hey everyone! I have a project for my java class and the instructor wants us to turn in our compiled bytecode along with the source code. I really have no clue what bytecode is or know where I can find it. I don't know it this helps but I am using NetBeans IDE 6.9.1.
    Byte code is the output from your Java compiler, so your teacher wants to receive the .class file(s) as well as the .java source file(s).

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    If you've used packages then you'll need to provide the directory structure as well, but if not (which is quite likely if you've only just started doing this stuff) then the .class files themselves will do.

    I think Netbeans sticks them in a build directory.

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