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Giving someone my program

Steven Alvarez
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My other topic got locked.

Anyway my problem is I made and application in netbeans. But I want to give this application to someone who has the java JRE but not netbeans or the java JDK. How can I do so? It's not an applet so I can't put it into a .html. Thanks.
Bear Bibeault
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Your topic was not locked; it was transferred to the Applet forum as the HUGE banner on your post indicated. Please continue any disucssion there -- including whether that's the appropriate forum for the post or not.


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