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    • #2781
      Anonymous
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      hey i was just wondering:

      How do I canvert a .java file into an executable file?

      Nic Ryan

    • #9209
      Anonymous
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      AFAIK
      you can’t make it an executable file.
      you have to create a batch file or script file that call’s the java command to run your program or you could just stick it in an applet and run it from a web page :D

    • #9232
      Anonymous
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      Hi,

      It can be done.

      Some Commercial Solutions :(
      1) Duckware site
      @ JexePack

      2) Executor site
      @ Executor

      You can find some basic info
      @ enigmastation

      @ experts-exchange

      There is some links off of the last link that will point you to IDE’s some have _free_ trial runs.

      There should be enough info here to get you on the right track.

      hope this helps

      xunil

    • #9245
      Anonymous
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      thanks very much….thats a great help…..

      Nic Ryan

      Oh another question: does anyone know of a website(s) with a how to for converting .java programs for use on mobile phones?

    • #9249
      Anonymous
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      Hi,

      Check out Suns own site
      @ J2ME

      They have a cool Wireless Toolkit found
      @ toolkit

      The above should provide a good place to start if you are looking for more search for J2ME in google.

      xunil

    • #9250
      Anonymous
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      thanks very much :)

      I’m having a look right now…

      Nic Ryan
      *Ug I must be a nerd…I’m thinking about programming on my birthday :(*

    • #9251
      Anonymous
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      Happy b’day man (and no, you are not a nerd),

      There is a whole suite of tools to emulate/simulate your j2me code on. The Forte for Java IDE is a good place to start.

      xunil

    • #9252
      Anonymous
      Inactive

      thanks :)

      Nic Ryan
      *I will keep my post count higher then you =P*

    • #9256
      Anonymous
      Inactive

      Trust me you are both nerds… but in a good way.

      Xunil is a solid gold nerd encrusted with little silicone chips and switches!!
      (Hi G!!)

      or should I say:

      0001110000100111000! (don’t even think about it !!!) :)

    • #9277
      Anonymous
      Inactive

      what does 57656 have to do with this?

      Nic Ryan
      *just realised that he could have used the calculator on the computer to work that one out….*

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