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how can i compile c/c++ code with java?  RSS feed

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I want to use java for compiling c/c++ code,and the compiled infomation should be caught,e.g overflow...Is there a way to carry out this?I used getRuntime().exec("gcc .c -o .exe"),on this condition there was no information from compiling time.

How can i use java to control that one executable program(e.g .exe) not to access the files out of this folder/directory,and assure the program not
to performance anything in high-risk command like system("reboot") or while(1) fork();Is that possible for java?

If c/c++ could be better to do this,welcome as well.

thanks so much!!!
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