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Hi Guys,

I've noted that when using Netbeans, .jar file is created when you build your application. if i want executable jar file of my application, can i just take the same generated jar file, or should i create my own .jar via the command prompt. I mean whats the difference between that jar file created by netbeans and the the one i'll creat manually via the prompt?

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Hi Guys,

I've noted that when using Netbeans, .jar file is created when you build your application. if i want executable jar file of my application, can i just take the same generated jar file, or should i create my own .jar via the command prompt. I mean whats the difference between that jar file created by netbeans and the the one i'll creat manually via the prompt?

im pretty sure there is no difference (I've done it with eclipse and blueJ so im pretty sure its the same with netBeans). But doing it from an ide is easier i think

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im pretty sure there is no difference (I've done it with eclipse and blueJ so im pretty sure its the same with netBeans). But doing it from an ide is easier i think

i've noted that they pretty the same, but i thought to myself; normally automatically generated solutions take defaults settings, which, in most cases, are not the optimal solutions. so i thought there might be design issues.

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