- Java Source Code Format
- Developer Files
What is the JAVA file?
The JAVA file extension can be associated with several types of files. Most often, however, a file with such an extension is associated with the Java Source Code Format format. JAVA files are supported by , Linux, Mac OS, Windows operating systems. The JAVA file is one of the Developer Files files, just like 1205 of the other files found in our file information database. The creator of Java Source Code Format is Oracle.
A program that can open the JAVA file is e.g. Java Virtual Machine. However, you can also use other applications, e.g. Text editor, gVim, JCreator, Windows Notepad.
Programs, that can open .JAVA files
How to open a .JAVA file?
If you have problems opening the file JAVA, then in most cases the problem is only the lack of the proper application installed. Select one of the programs from the list and install it on your device. The operating system should automatically associate the JAVA file format with the installed program. If not, right click on your JAVA file and select from the menu "Open with" . Then select the installed program and confirm the operation. Now all JAVA files should automatically open with the selected program.
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