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Whilst a Java class is just a C++ class that doesn't mean that you are freed from the shackles of Java, a CNI C++ class must adhere to the rules of the Java programming language.
For example: it is not possible to declare a method in a CNI class
that will take a C string (
char*) as an argument, or to declare a
member variable of some non-Java datatype.
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