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Hi all,
In Java , can we use WinAPI functions ? Can we write a "call back function" ? Can we use "sendmessage" or "postmessage" like C,C++ ?
 
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You can do any of these things using JNI, the Java Native Interface: see here.. Of course, as soon as you do this, your Java code becomes platform-dependent.
 
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Thanks very much
 
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