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is it possible to create a shortcut in startup menu for a programme using java???
please tell me how can i do ...
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Do a search; many people ask that question and some answers say you can do that with a batch file.

You will need an executable .jar with program association set up so "java.exe" opens ".jar" files.
Start with a desktop shortcut; you may be able to create one by R-dragging your .jar onto the desktop and clicking "create shortcut." If that works, try copying it into the start-up folder or start menu.

Or, in plain English, don't know. But maybe those suggestions will work
 
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