xFunction for Linux 2.16 review

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JNI proxy for calling native code functions and APIs from Java

License: Shareware
OS: Windows Vista / 7 / 8 / 10
File size: 101K
Developer: Excelsior, LLC
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Price: $50.00
Updated: 23 Jan 2011
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xFunction for Linux 2.16 is components & libraries software developed by Excelsior, LLC.
The xFunction library is the universal solution for integration of Java code with code written in other languages, superior in many aspects to Java Native Interface (JNI). With xFunction, you no longer need to implement those ugly native methods. Instead, you extend and instantiate xFunction classes to create conventional Java objects representing external functions, data structures, pointers, and callbacks.
This program is shareware, which means you can download and use xFunction for Linux 2.16 for free during 30-days trial period. After this period you gonna have to buy xFunction for Linux 2.16 software for $50.00 or uninstall the program. xFunction for Linux 2.16 supports different languages (including English). It works with Windows Vista.
We have tested xFunction for Linux 2.16 for spyware and adware modules. The software is absolutely safe to install.
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