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Use of Java API in C#

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Can you reference a JAVA API directly in C# and use it's functions? If so, how?
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Question by:CarolM
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No you can not (At least to my knowledge)
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etmendz earned 1500 total points
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Normally you can't. But:

- You can search "bridge java and .net" in Google and see products that "bridge" them.
- You can use web services.

Have fun.
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