Open Java File format- Programs and How to

The .Java language source code files definition and linked programs information, tips and instructions.

 

How to open java files

The File extension java is used by the following type(s):

type definition, description and related software:
The Default file extension for .java file type:
Java language source code files
The JAVA file extension is associated with the Java programming language and its technology.

This file contains Java source code. These files are in plain text format. This means Java files can be edited in the Java IDE applications and also in standard text editors.

The Java source code must be at first compiled into Java .class file by a Java compiler. Only .class files can be executed by a Java virtual machine.

Programs
that can view and open java files:
  • Adobe Dreamweaver (Microsoft Windows)
  • Eclipse IDE for Java Developers (Microsoft Windows)
  • gedit (Linux)
  • GNU Emacs (Linux)
  • Java (multiplatform software)
  • Java Development Kit (JDK) (multiplatform software)
  • Microsoft Visual Studio (Microsoft Windows)
  • Microsoft Windows NotePad (Microsoft Windows)
  • NetBeans (multiplatform software)
  • NotePad++ text editor (Microsoft Windows)
  • Oracle JDeveloper (multiplatform software)
  • TextEdit (Apple OS X)
  • TextMate (Apple OS X)
  • Xcode (Apple OS X)

 

This is how you can open, edit and convert a Java File format.

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