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anuja Edathu
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Hello,
I want to use the QPointer software with my java application. Can anybody tell me which api i need for the purpose and how can i go on with this.
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"Kunju",

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Hello all,
sorry for the inconvenience .
 
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I'm aware of two things that "QPointer" might refer to. The less likely one -- but the one with a good answer! -- is the QPointer that's part of the Qt window toolkit API. Trolltech has a product called "QtJambi" which lets you use Qt from Java, so head over to their web site to get that.

The other thing is a sort of voice-recognition thing for Windows. I doubt there's any kind of an API at all, for any language, let alone Java, but who knows? I'd suggest contacting the company, if you can find them.
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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