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Using Memory Mapped Files and JNI to communicate between Java and C++ programs

, 18 Jun 2002
An article on inter-process communication between Java and Java, Java and C++ programs.
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MemMapCppClient.ico
MemMapLib
MemMapLib.dsp
MemMapLib.dsw
MemMapProxyLib
MemMapProxyLib.dsp
MemMapProxyLib.dsw
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jserver.jar
MemMapCppClient.exe
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Stanley Wang
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United States United States
Stanley Wang is a Software Development Engineer at Amazon.com. Before he joined Amazon, he was a Lead Software Developer at Vcom3D, Inc. He is the author of JTL (An open sourced JNI C++ template library, http://sourceforge.net/projects/jtl/).

Stanley received his Master's Degree in Computer Science from University of Florida. He is interested in System Programming, Generic Programming, Database Systems and Computer Graphics.

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