Friday, 15 March 2013

What is JNI?

What is JNI? 
The JNI is used to write native methods to handle situations when an application cannot be written entirely in the Java programming language such as when the standard Java class library does not support the platform - dependent features or program library. It is also used to modify an existing application, written in another programming language, to be accessible to Java applications.

The JNI is for programmers who must take advantage of platform - specific functionality outside of the Java Virtual Machine. Because of this, it is recommended that only experienced programmers should attempt to write native methods or use the Invocation API!

Blog Author: Vijay Kumar

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