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This documents CNI, the Cygnus Native Interface, which is is a convenient way to write Java native methods using C++. This is a more efficient, more convenient, but less portable alternative to the standard JNI (Java Native Interface).
10.1 Basic concepts Introduction to using CNI. 10.2 Packages How packages are mapped to C++. 10.3 Primitive types Handling Java types in C++. 10.4 Interfaces How Java interfaces map to C++. 10.5 Objects and Classes C++ and Java classes. 10.6 Class Initialization How objects are initialized. 10.7 Object allocation How to create Java objects in C++. 10.8 Arrays Dealing with Java arrays in C++. 10.9 Methods Java methods in C++. 10.10 Strings Information about Java Strings. 10.11 Interoperating with C/C++ How CNI can interoperate with C++. 10.12 Exception Handling How exceptions are handled. 10.13 Synchronization Synchronizing between Java and C++. 10.14 Invocation Starting the Java runtime from C++. 10.15 Reflection Using reflection from C++.
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