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how to map C\C++ unsigned char *fBuf[] in java

Posted on 2003-11-20
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hi all,
I'm using w2k OS. Below is one of my JNI code.
Given that C code:

BYTE *fBuf;
fBuf = new BYTE[256];

I want it to be map to Java which hoping that the fBuf value remain unchange/convert. How to map this fBuf into java?
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