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The SDK is not one single executable. And to "open java classes" doesn't really mean anything.
You'll want to start here:
Perhaps by "executing the JDK", you're talking about an IDE? If so, the NetBeans link on that page is what you're looking for. However, I strongly advise you to avoid IDEs and do things with a simple programmer's editor and command line until you a) have a good grasp of the language basics, and b) are clear on the concepts of language, IDE, JDK, and core API, and what separates one from the others.
First thank you for responding.
Anyway, what I am looking for is java platform to build, compile and debug a java code. It's been sometime since I have used j2sdk1.4.1_01, what seemed to be the platform that I have used to make java files. I have changed my computer, but kept the java classes and files that I have built. As far as I can recall, I have used a j2sdk1.4.1_01 platform to build compile and debug the code, but its no where to be found on my computer. I will give netbeans a try, maybe this is what I want, maybe this is the j2sdk1.4.1_01 platform with a name change.
"If so, the NetBeans link on that page is what you're looking for": Downloaded Netbean7 which Solved My problem.
Wow, NetBeans is much more advanced IDE in comparision to the IDE I have used in the past for creating java classes. The NetBeans does seem to have the ability to use different java platforms.