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Old 03-22-2007, 05:49 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Is there anyway to write applications in C/C++ for the BlackBerry device? Even though I realize it is a Java device, it must still have a C/C++ base underneath since the J2ME code is still interpreted. Am I missing something?

Why I am asking is that i need to port a device C/C++ client to the latest BlackBerry devices and it would be great not to have to do a re-write in Java.
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Is there anyway to write applications in C/C++ for the BlackBerry device? Even though I realize it is a Java device, it must still have a C/C++ base underneath since the J2ME code is still interpreted. Am I missing something?

Why I am asking is that i need to port a device C/C++ client to the latest BlackBerry devices and it would be great not to have to do a re-write in Java.
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Thanks for the fast reply.

One thing I should have made clear I know I can re-write the C/C++ code in Java and keep the relative structure the same. However, I am trying to avoid that. I need to use the C/C++ code wholesale w/o porting to Java.
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I think you are reduced to a rewrite of the code....
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That is what I was afraid of but assume Thanks again!
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One question.

Do you think the media player in my Pearl is coded in Java or C++ ?
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