Class file?

  SAH 22:11 08 Sep 03

I've been sent a "class file" which I cannot open and my PC tells me that there is no software available for this type of program. Has anyone heard of this type of file before?

  Valvegrid 22:14 08 Sep 03

Does have an extension to it e.g. .doc, .jpg?

  Valvegrid 22:15 08 Sep 03

If it does, try checking it on this site:

click here


  SAH 22:21 08 Sep 03

Valvegrid - no it doesn't have an extension, it just says "CLASS file" after the file name

  MAJ 22:26 08 Sep 03

It's a java file, SAH. Who sent it to you or for what reason?

  Valvegrid 22:27 08 Sep 03

In that case, this may be something to do with it:

click here


  SAH 22:31 08 Sep 03

Maj - It's a piece of music my friend sent me. What's a Java file and is there any software I can download to play this file?

  Valvegrid 22:34 08 Sep 03

You can download java from here:

click here

  MAJ 22:37 08 Sep 03

I'm not a programmer, SAH, but my understanding is that it's a file which contains instructions for a java programme or applet. It's certainly not a music file. Get your friend to resend it or ask how he/she made it. Do a virus check as well, just in case.

  SAH 22:42 08 Sep 03

Thanks for that Valvegrid and you're right MAJ, I think I'll check with my friend first before I download any software!

  Valvegrid 22:42 08 Sep 03

Java class will support sound files, if your browser supports java there is a button half way down the artical to prove it click here, if the button is not there, then your browser does not support java.

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