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    Default why do i need a jar file

    so help me to understand why should i make a jar file and the advantage of using it

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    Default Re: why do i need a jar file

    jar file maybe an executable file, or a collection of libraries
    1.executable
    .jar file consists of resources(such as images,input files) and the .java file (main class and other clases) and the compiled file(.class file), with the compiled main class file(.class format) as a header (the header consists of the main class' compile file)
    2.a list of libraries (packages) could be in a jar file, whose methods and fields can be imported into our class

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    Default Re: why do i need a jar file

    Are you sure a jar must contain .java files?
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