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Hello there,,,

 

I just need a little help here... Could any of u tell me how to open a .jar file?

 

Is it not enough when we have a java application on our system?

 

Please tell me how its work...

 

I really appreciate your help... Thanks

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They can usually be opened by winzip, winrar etc.

 

Try holding down shift key, right-clicking and choose open with winzip. Might work.

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Most zip programs should be able to open it. I know WinRAR and ZipGenius will.

 

Edit: We posted at the sametime. I LOST! :(

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I was gonna suggest hitting the edge of the lid with a .knife.

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I was gonna suggest hitting the edge of the lid with a .knife.

Funny, but you're thinking of the wrong type of jar, unless Sun starts packaging a special peanut butter edition of Java. :lol:

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They can usually be opened by winzip, winrar etc.

 

Try holding down shift key, right-clicking and choose open with winzip. Might work.

 

Most zip programs should be able to open it. I know WinRAR and ZipGenius will.

 

Well my WinRAR 6.1 opens .jar files but my WinZip 7.0 doesn't.

 

Where have you had this file from tikanian? ;)

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Well my WinRAR 6.1 opens .jar files but my WinZip 7.0 doesn't.

 

Where have you had this file from tikanian? ;)

North Korea.

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