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I am designing a native BlackBerry smartphone application. The phones will not have a c# compiler on them. The database needs to store simple C# methods which perform some mathematical function. All the methods will take in an int[] and return an int[]. I need the methods to be able to run so that users can see the output for various inputs. Any ideas in what form to store the methods and how I will get them to run?
Posted 8-May-12 4:41am

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Well, the only way to do this would be to store the code as text.

Your problem is that there is no C# interpreter or compiler on Blackberry, so you'll have to write one yourself if you want to use C# or use one of the open source projects that just converts C# code to Javascript. I wouldn't call these "product" quality though.

I suggest abandoning using C# for the "script" because of the lack of C# compiler support on Blackberry and use Javascript instead.

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