Dear java expert, how are you doing? The main reason why I'm writing is; because I'm a student trying to master jni programming.
I have some questions. That I think you'll might be able to answer. Please if you could explain each answer in easy to understand terminology. It would be good to also use examples.
Question 1 - Please explain (*env)-> and env-> notation. Why would you use parentheses around *env, instead of just *env-> for c? You use the notation env-> for c++. So there must be a reason for the parentheses being around *env, instead of just being only for syntax purposes.
I'm not sure if I have the whole concept of java passing a string or object to a native method down pact yet. So I'm going to ask another question.
Question #2- Is there more than one way that java can pass a string or object to a native method. Other than having inside of your native method implementation; a jni keyword which corresponds or maps, to the java string or java object? Or, is that the only way?
Please clarify your answers for questions 1 and 2.
Please email me back your answers at firstname.lastname@example.org. Thanks for your time and energy!