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Answer / ranganathkini
JAR files or Java ARchives are compressed archive files that
contain a compiled class files of a java application or
class library. JARs provide a easy way of packaging and
distributing Java applications and applets as well as
providing security to the code.
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Answer / john
Every JAR will have a MANIFEST file which will have an entry
of all the classes contained in the JAR. IF the JAR is
created manually this file also has to be created and addedd
to the JAR file.
But since we now use tools to create JAR files this file is
created by the tool automatically.
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Answer / janet
Jar file allows to efficiently deploying a set of classes
and their associated resources. The elements in a jar file
are compressed , which makes downloading a Jar file much
faster than seperately downloading several uncompressed files.
The Package java.util.zip contains classes that read and
write jar files.
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Answer / thla thlapathi
i dont no answer but simply i tell u all jar files are not
converted file then if all them contain folder also not
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