I have a c language method that returns a pointer to struct (defined in c file) and
I want to use this c language to receive the value of the members of the structure
returned by the 'C' function.I cant use pointers in java.So how could I use the c function
to get the values of the struct returned by the 'C' function
you only have to define the native method accessed by Java as a native method in your class.
Methods called inside your JNI code has not to be visible to your Java code.
Think about printf or something
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