And by the way you might want to explain the purpose of "implementing functionality of pointers", i.e. what you think you need those pointers for. Otherwise potential answers include "Just use C if you want pointers".
sridhar sivaraman wrote:Hmmm i've recieved many reply's(from other site's also) that we can't touch the core of the system using java is there any reason's for that
Because that's not what Java was made for. One of Java's primary design goals is and always has been platform-independence. The stuff you're trying to do is very platform-specific, and including those capabilities in Java would be contrary to its goal platform-independence. This is why I told you it's the wrong tool for the job. I thought you knew that. Sorry.
sridhar sivaraman wrote:Hmmm i've recieved many reply's(from other site's also)
Sridhar, please BeForthrightWhenCrossPostingToOtherSites(⇐click) when posting to other sites, so that people at each site will have the opportunity to see the entire discussion (or be able to choose to ignore the thread completely in favor of others that are confined to one site). Thanks!