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Ruilin Yang

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I have a c++ invocation API calling java classes and in the same directory I put jni.h. However, when I tried to compile the code. I got error message:
fatal error C1083: Cannot open include file: 'jni.h': No such file or directory
Please help !
Thank you in advance
Ruilin
15 years ago
I have written a c++ application. I want to call java classes from within my c++ code. My java classes are an implementation of RMI to broadcast to multiple recipients. Why I do this because I like the way java doing network programming.
Thanks
Ruilin
15 years ago
Cindy,
Thanks for your comments. I may need to give you more specifics for you help.
I have written a c++ application. I want to call java classes from within my c++ code. My java classes are an implementation of RMI to broadcast to multiple recipients. Why I do this because I like the way java doing network programming.
Thanks
Ruilin
15 years ago
I need to call Java classes in my c++ code. I do not know how to implement such a call.
Please help.
Thanks
Ruilin
15 years ago
I need to call Java classes in my c++ code. I do not know how to implement such a call.
Please help.
Ruilin
15 years ago
It looks like you need to put the format inf. when you call the excel.
15 years ago
<jsp:include page="pathAndFileName.html" flush="true" />
15 years ago
JSP
Who are winers today ? When is this to be published ?
15 years ago
JSP
Yes. You can test this yourself.
15 years ago
JSP
You may include a statement in the top of you page:
response.setIntHeader("Refresh",3);
try it.
15 years ago
JSP
I looked the above link from Anthony. I believe that JSP alone can not do that much.
15 years ago
JSP
You guys are right. I made mistake.
Nescape browser has some useful script debug functionality. You can use it to locate where is the problem for script.
[ September 12, 2002: Message edited by: Ruilin Yang ]
15 years ago
JSP
Try to put:
import javax.servlet.*;
in your code
15 years ago
JSP
This depends on what game rule/logic, etc. Certainly you can do some of it with JSP.
15 years ago
JSP
Your code:
<%for(int i=0; i<strLength; i++){%>
strA[<%=i%>] = "<%=str1[i]%>";
strB[<%=i%>] = "<%=str2[i]%>";
<%}%>

I would use:
<%for(int i=0; i<strLength; i++){%>
strA[i] = "<%=str1[i]%>";
strB[i] = "<%=str2[i]%>";
<%}%>
15 years ago
JSP