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How to make dynamic linked libraries in Java.?
How to make used dll in java program?
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Hi geostp,

       I'll think that you are trying to use Java Native Interface (JNI) to allow Java bytecode to use DLL. You cannot create dll files in Java but you can do so in Visual C++. Right now JNI can only use Visual C++ for Win32 platforms. Look up for books in Java to learn JNI. Recommended = Complete Reference of Java 1.1 or go to www.javasoft.com for an online tutorial for JNI.

     Hope that I have answered your question. You may ask me further in JNI if u have any diffculties in it.

Regards
Samuel
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