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C# method calls within a Java program

, 16 Feb 2006
Using C# from Java through JNI just got a little easier to understand.
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KoriFrancis
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I'm current a 3rd year Computer Engineering Technology : Software Developer student at St. Lawrence College in Kingston, Ontario.
 
I usually get myself into some of the more cool projects like neural nets or cross platform applications.

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