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Junior Devvie

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« Posted 2006-09-24 09:09:01 »

Here is a small example project to create Java Native Interface (JNI) .dll library using Borland Delphi. Now that Borland has a decent priced Turbo Delphi package, and free version for hobbyist its time to use one of the best win32 development tool.

Example project shows how properly use WideString (native unicode) and Java's internal unicode strings back and fort. This way you won't lose 100% i18n support even that some code jumps to the native side.

A bonus example uses class, instantiates it at Delphi side, calls few "setter" methods and return an instance as a function return back to the Java.
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