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JNI: Transforming primitive types

 
 
Marcelo
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      01-19-2006
Hi everybody,

I would like to know if there is simple way in JNI to pass a float** in c++ to a
jobjectArray.

should I first search the jclass element, then creating the NewObjectArray and
at the end, coping all the c++ float-elements to the jobjectArray?

is there a simplest and low ressource-consuming way?

thanks a lot,

Marcelo
 
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