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Old 05-25-2002, 02:11 AM   #1
kaustubh
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core dump while executing a c function from java using JNI


I was trying to execute a c program from java using jni.. everything went on fine..

The jvm was able to find the .so file and the c frunction was invoked. I had printed a string inside the c program..It was also printed on the console...

But when returning the program core dumped...
I was unable to understand what is wrong..
can anyone tell me the possible resons for this...

Kaustubh...
 
  


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