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using a java class in a C++ application

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Hi,
I have created a class in java and now I'd like to use it in a c++ application. Do u know how to do this stuff?
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you have a .class file that you  want to execute from a C++ enviroment ,
There isn't any simple solution.
you can either make this class of yours an activeX component
using j++, or you can enhace your C++ code with interpretation
capabilities,as following:
you install JDK ver 1.1.5 or later , with the source code demos
you open the directory JRE under JDK-Root\Demos
and there you can find the source code for the JRE interpreter.
it's not so easy to do this with the JRE source code , but it will  enable you to run your .class file from your C++ application.


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