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Last edited on 2014-01-19 08:30:28 by darkcity
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~Change to the same directory as the JAR file and run it. Use the [[cd]] command to change to the correct directory. Once inside the correct directory, run ##java -jar app.jar## (app.jar = .jar filename)
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Change to the same directory as the JAR file and run it. Use the [[cd]] command to change to the correct directory. Once inside the correct directory, run ##java -jar app.jar## (app.jar = .jar filename)


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Edited on 2014-01-19 08:30:20 by darkcity
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~The ##.jar## refers to a collection of [[Java]] package multiple Java source files. This is run by the JavaRuntimeEnvironment.
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~The ##.jar## refers to a collection of [[Java]] [[source code]]. This is run by the JavaRuntimeEnvironment.


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Edited on 2014-01-19 08:29:41 by darkcity
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==Related Webpages==
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==Related Webpages


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Edited on 2014-01-19 08:29:30 by darkcity
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====jar====
~The ##.jar## refers to a collection of [[Java]] [[source code]]. This is run by the JavaRuntimeEnvironment.
==Run from commandline==
Change to the same directory as the JAR file and run it. Use the [[cd]] command to change to the correct directory. Once inside the correct directory, run ##java -jar app.jar## (app.jar = .jar filename)
==Related Webpages
~[[http://www.ehow.com/how_5021615_execute-jar-file.html How to Execute a Jar File (ehow.com)]]
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====BIN (binary files)====
~The ##.bin## refers to "binary" as in [[BinaryCode Binary Code]]. This is a program that has been compiled and can be "executed" or run by the computer.


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