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stephplummer
is it possible to convert a jar file to an epub file? if so, how?
if not, how do you read a jar file? i am not familiar with this type of file.
stephanie.plummer<email snipped>.com

thanks!
lalji1561
QUOTE (stephplummer @ Jan 9 2013, 07:54 AM) *
is it possible to convert a jar file to an epub file? if so, how?
if not, how do you read a jar file? i am not familiar with this type of file.
stephanie.plummer<email snipped>.com

thanks!

You cant..

A jar is not a document or ebook. Its a Java ARchive (essentially its a zipfile with a different extension).

You could try unzipping the jar (with winzip) and see whats inside it. Alternatively rename it from .jar to .zip and Windows should let you extract the contents.

Then you can see if theres any documents inside the archive, which can be converted to epub.
Id recommend Calibre for all conversions, but not all documents convert to epub well
yash_raj_singh
QUOTE (lalji1561 @ Jan 9 2013, 05:14 AM) *
QUOTE (stephplummer @ Jan 9 2013, 07:54 AM) *
is it possible to convert a jar file to an epub file? if so, how?
if not, how do you read a jar file? i am not familiar with this type of file.
stephanie.plummer<email snipped>.com

thanks!

You cant..

A jar is not a document or ebook. Its a Java ARchive (essentially its a zipfile with a different extension).

You could try unzipping the jar (with winzip) and see whats inside it. Alternatively rename it from .jar to .zip and Windows should let you extract the contents.

Then you can see if theres any documents inside the archive, which can be converted to epub.
Id recommend Calibre for all conversions, but not all documents convert to epub well

I thnk u r r8 bt if there wud be no document? what abt tht????
lalji1561
QUOTE (yash_raj_singh @ Jan 12 2013, 09:17 PM) *
QUOTE (lalji1561 @ Jan 9 2013, 05:14 AM) *
QUOTE (stephplummer @ Jan 9 2013, 07:54 AM) *
is it possible to convert a jar file to an epub file? if so, how?
if not, how do you read a jar file? i am not familiar with this type of file.
stephanie.plummer<email snipped>.com

thanks!

You cant..

A jar is not a document or ebook. Its a Java ARchive (essentially its a zipfile with a different extension).

You could try unzipping the jar (with winzip) and see whats inside it. Alternatively rename it from .jar to .zip and Windows should let you extract the contents.

Then you can see if theres any documents inside the archive, which can be converted to epub.
Id recommend Calibre for all conversions, but not all documents convert to epub well

I thnk u r r8 bt if there wud be no document? what abt tht????

nothing to say.
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