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I just set up JDK and Eclipse on my Win7 64bit Development Machine

I am a .Net developer and I need to import a jar file
Make changes
Save/Complie?/Export the same jar file

I'm fairly sure I can get through the code (if I can remember my college Java...)
I just want to know the process.

The m5.jar is run with from a command line and I can execute it now
I just need to add some variables
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I am a .Net developer and I need to import a jar file
Make changes
That jar would need to contain source code to do that. Usually, if that's the case, the file would have a .zip extension. jar files usually contain binaries only
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eclipse right click project go to add jar file or add exteral jar to import the jar

what do u want exactly

i dont understand your question
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I have Eclipse working and my JDK working

I watched a YouTube video and have the m5.jar imported

You can see from my screen print I have isolated the variables I need to modify...
Actually, I just need to add 100 more variables

Once I do that...how to I export?  complie?  save as ?  the m5.jar file?

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Once I do that...how to I export?  complie?  save as ?  the m5.jar file?
You should be able to export as an executable jar through (iirc) the file menu
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right click project export as jar
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You were first.
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