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Hi All, I want to work on JNI, so I gone thru the Sun's JNI tutorial.....but according to this we need Microsoft C/C++ or VC++ to work. Is this mandatory ? Can't we work with Borland or Turbo C/C++ ? Please help me, if possible give me some suggestion or some site addresses. Srinivasa Vallabha
Not sure, but it seems to me that as long as it is ANSI standard, any C compiler will do.
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Hi Barry Andrews, Thankx for your concern about my question, but when I gone thru that Sun's tutorial, while creating DLL files for the native C/C++ file we need to use some command like c:\> CL -LD ....... but this CL.exe file doesnot exist in Borland's or Turbo C/C++. So how can we create DLL files which has to be called from Java layer. Please help me. with regards Srinivasa Vallabha