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a good class-browser

 
Nezdoliy yura
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good time of the day.Prompt please a good free class-browser for jar-files in order to receive diagram of class.Thank you. Excuse me for weak english
 
Campbell Ritchie
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Welcome to JavaRanch

On Linux you can use the archive manager. Remember a .jar file is virtually identical to a .zip so a zipping application should be able to explore it.
 
Nezdoliy yura
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Thank you , Ritchie, for operative answer. I use for reception of the classes structureshttp://java.decompiler.free.fr/?q=jdgui (for windows) .This program is very suitable for study of the source code jar-file, But he dos not show class relations.
Wanted in the manner of diagrams of the classes.
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sample diagramm
 
Maneesh Godbole
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Check out http://java-source.net/open-source/uml-modeling

PS. You really do not need to decompile the java API classes. They already exist in src.zip located at your JAVA_HOME
 
Nezdoliy yura
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Thank you ,Maneesh Godbole. Has Stopped its choice while on StarUml.
P.S. src.zip - useful saucepan.
 
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