The jar utility is used to package together into one file multiple Java class files in a form that allows them to be accessed by the Java compiler and the Virtual Machine. In addition, the contents of jar files (files previously generated by the jar utility) can be reconstructed if needed later. Click for more information.
JAR (Java Archive) is a platform-independent file format that aggregates many files into one. Multiple Java applets and their requisite components (.class files, images, and sound files) can be bundled in a JAR file and subsequently downloaded to a browser in a single HTTP transaction, greatly improving the download speed. The JAR format also supports compression, which reduces the file size, further improving the download time. In addition, the applet author can digitally sign individual entries in a JAR file to authenticate their origin. It is fully backward-compatible with existing applet code and is fully extensible.
JAR (Java Archive) is a platform-independent file format that aggregates many files into one. Multiple applets written in the Java programming language, and their requisite components (.class files, images, sounds and other resource files) can be bundled in a JAR file and subsequently downloaded to a browser in a single HTTP transaction. It also supports file compression and digital signatures.
Java ARchive file: allows a set of Java class files to be compressed into a single portable file.
In computing, a Jar file (short for Java ARchive) is a ZIP file used to distribute a set of Java classes. It is used to store compiled Java classes and associated metadata that can constitute a program.
A platform-neutral Java file format for downloading multiple applets from the Internet in a single transaction. Although originally intended for applets, JAR files may also include applications and components. JAR files incorporate file compression and allow authors to digitally sign individual entries. See Java.
A Java ARchive is a file format used to aggregate and compress a number of files into one. Because the jar utility, which is included with the standard SDK, uses the same compression algorithm as .zip files, JARs can be manipulated using Zip utilities.
Short for Java Archive, a file format used to bundle all components required by a Java applet. JAR files simplify the downloading of applets since all the components (.class files, images, sounds, etc.) can be packaged into a single file.
In deep well boring, a device resembling two long chain links, for connecting a percussion drill to the rod or rope which works it, so that the drill is driven down by impact and is jerked loose when jammed.
n: a percussion tool operated manually or hydraulically to deliver a heavy upward or downward blow to fish stuck in the borehole. v: to apply a heavy blow to the drill stem by use of a jar or bumper sub.
An upright container with a flat bottom normally equiped at the rim to take a tight lid to keep liquids within or solids air tight. Canning Jar Usually roughly cylindrical, may be pressed or mold blown, with designs or ads on the surface. Jam jar shown in ETG (p.62) is a bowl with an indented rim so "brandied paper covers" could be tied in place.
Jar is a station both for the Oslo T-bane and Oslotrikken located in BÃ¦rum, just west of Lysakerelven which divides Oslo and BÃ¦rum. The track is shared, the tram line (Lilleakerbanen) joins with the subway line (KolsÃ¥sbanen) on the Oslo side of the river.
a traditional unit of electric capacitance, approximately equal to the capacitance of one of the Leiden jars used in electrical experiments as long ago as the eighteenth century. Benjamin Franklin is said to have measured the storage power of his electrical equipment in jars. There are 9 x 108 jars in a farad, so 1 jar is approximately 1.1 nano farad.