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Hi,
I want to ask there is any tool to be used to generate .jar/Java executable.
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Instead of explaining here - it's easily explained here
http://stackoverflow.com/questions/804466/how-do-i-create-executable-java-program

Hope that helps
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I mean which tool I should try to set up. Thanks.
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.jar files are created with jar.exe (assuming Windows) which comes with the Java SDK, which you will of course need installed
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