Convert bzip2 to jar
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.bz2 is the filename extension associated with the bzip2 data compression format. It is an open source data compression and decompression tool developed by Julian Seward in 1996. The compression and decompression format is cross platform compatible and comes bundled with versions of Linux and UNIX. The latest of Bzip2 exists as an open source library for download and customization. Earlier versions have executables that can be run directly on Microsoft Windows.
A .jar extension file is a Java Archive format file that is used to store a large number of files into one single file. The basic advantages of .jar extension files are data compression, archiving, decompression, unpacking of the archived file and electronic signing which is one of the advanced features of this format. The Java Development Kit (JDK) contains the Java Archive Tool that is used to perform the basic tasks on .jar extension files. The JAR format is similar to a ZIP file format and it was specifically developed to help download Java applets and its components that include class files, images and sounds in one single HTTP transaction.