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is it possible to create  exe file java ? if yes then how we can do this.
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yes an no .  Java is Java . I had created an exe from java once but.. anyway you can just try one yourself to understand the thing .  

http://www.excelsior-usa.com/jet.html


They have an eval and fully functional. And its very easy to use. Just read the notes there I can really explain it greatly.


Thanks.
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Oh one last thing, its worth it to convert your java to native win32 exe. It runs better and more stable.
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You can also try http://www.duckware.com/jexepack/ .
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