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Hello ,

well , problem goes like this.

i have generated a set of classes. now i want to generate exe file can i do that using Java , u know what do i mean .

i can send the exe and create an icon on the desktop so that u need not to do ...java main.class

ritenow i'm using something real funny .

i have created an icon on the desktop and i'm running bacth file from that icon in that batch file i'm doing java main.class ..

any good suggestions !!!

thanks
aggarwal
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by:yogeshr
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Use JToExe where you give the class path f the classees where you have stored. Also I suppose use can create the exe from the VJ++ editor .  
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Create the Java Application first. Then there is an utility in Tucows.com where
      u can convert the class file into
      an exe file. u can find it in the Java section of www.tucows.com.
      It will be something like Class to EXE
      converter.  
      Good Luck.
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Thanks a lot for help !!!

Thanks and Regards
Aggarwal


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