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How to make a jar file out of this package structure ?

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Here is my package directory structure :

C:\Java_Test\classes\com\LoopBack\util
C:\Java_Test\classes\com\LoopBack\tool
C:\Java_Test\classes\com\LoopBack\app

How do I make jar out of it ?
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Assuming that the root directory of the package is
C:\Java_Test\classes. You can create a jar file that contains com\LoopBack\util, com\LoopBack\tool, and com\LoopBack\app by issuing this command:

cd C:\Java_Test\classes
jar cvf jarfilename.jar *

Where:
c - Creates a new archive
v - Generates verbose output
f - The next argument specifies a jar file to process. In this case jarfilename.jar
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