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JEdit and jar files

Mike_Shn
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Joined: Sep 04, 2001
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Hello
Does someone use Jedit? If so would you give me a feedback. Also I have file java.jar. How can I unzipped the file and what I have to use for that?
Thanks a lot
Mark Spritzler
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I haven't used JEdit, but as for your other question. A Jar file is a zip file. You can use any program that zips files. Like the great Winzip.
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jungil
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Joined: Sep 25, 2001
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Originally posted by Mike_Shn:
Hello
Does someone use Jedit? If so would you give me a feedback. Also I have file java.jar. How can I unzipped the file and what I have to use for that?
Thanks a lot

If you want to unzip the jar file, you can also use jar command, like:
jar xvf java.jar
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