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I want convert c++ Program to java Program...
is there any softwares are available for that..
could anyone suggest me to convert that files into java...
Posted 7-Jun-11 3:02am
Sergey Chepurin 7-Jun-11 8:46am
Automated conversion is only possible (and has some sense) for .NET languages VB.NET<->C# as they share the same classes. You will have to manually convert C++ code to Java, but i think it would be easier to write Java program from the scratch.
Albert Holguin 7-Jun-11 12:04pm
curious, why would you want to convert c++ to java?
SAKryukov 7-Jun-11 14:05pm
Correct. I would make it the answer.
SAKryukov 7-Jun-11 14:08pm
Why not? Multi-platform version of the code, byte-code would work without re-compilation, can be deployed as applet... makes sense.
Albert Holguin 7-Jun-11 15:13pm
well, pure c++ is also cross platform, just requires the recompilation... but if you already have it in one, don't know how much benefit there is to reinvent the wheel
SAKryukov 7-Jun-11 17:07pm
Who knows... Well, I generally quite skeptical about all those "conversions" (what an abuse of this term here by Inquirers!) -- translations. I think just the opposite -- if there is a chance to re-write something, it can be used. Good projects I know was written twice. Those who pretend they do it once in fact usually fall into infinite "fixes" and "improvements" and never finishes... Sad.
Albert Holguin 7-Jun-11 20:14pm
BTW, most "code converters" don't work all that great... you'll end up having to interpret gibberish, you're better off doing it yourself.
Niklas Lindquist 8-Jun-11 3:19am
This is a good comment and should be used as an incentive to perform a manual system overhaul.
SAKryukov 8-Jun-11 18:49pm
SAKryukov 8-Jun-11 18:50pm
If you look at my comment above (to the comment by Niklas): re-writing has great benefits.

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It is possible to run native code from java. Have a look at Java Native Interface[^]. That doesn't answer your question, but it might be a way to solve your problem.
SAKryukov 7-Jun-11 14:07pm
Reasonable alternative, my 5. As to "conversion" (there is no "convert", come on!), I agree with Sergey Chepurin (his comment to the question on top).
Niklas Lindquist 7-Jun-11 16:48pm
I agree, thanks.

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