Java Native Interface: Programmer's Guide and Specification
by Sheng Liang
Publisher: Prentice Hall PTR 1999
Number of pages: 320
Written for the experienced Java developer, The Java Native Interface documents the latest in native code programming for the Java platform using the Java Native Interface (JNI) with C/C++. Author Sheng Liang built the book around 'dos and don'ts', even specifying within the introduction when you should and when you should not use JNI. Though sometimes densely written, this title certainly conveys a good deal of technical information on using native code with Java.
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