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The Java Native Interface (JNI) permits you to integrate native programs with Java and this FAQ should help you do it. Leverage the existance of legacy libraries and move to Java without rewriting everything.  

The Java Native Interface (JNI) permits you to integrate native programs with Java and this FAQ should help you do it. Leverage the existance of legacy libraries and move to Java without rewriting everything.   <<Less

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Is there any way i can register a DLL on a windows 98/NT machine through my Java application? Whe...
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A very funky problem: Only when the string length is 10, then using JNI, when I insert the string i...
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Hi all, the setup I want to get functioning is as follows: There is a Java application that init...
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I have a test case where I am trying to access the C code from my JAVA program using JNI. Steps inv...
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