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Does anyone know of a replacement for the Eval function in J2E?

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Chris Rotberg

Sorry J2ME

I have been looking at JEP, is that the only solution?

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Does anyone know of a replacement for the Eval function in J2E?

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D. BIG

Hi

I found a very simple solution.

Write a simple c library using flex and bison. And call this library in KNI.

And wrap this kni function to j2me native function name eval().

I don’t know whether there is any pure j2me solutions.

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主题: Re: Eval()

Sorry J2ME

I have been looking at JEP, is that the only solution?

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D. BIG

What is J2E?

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Does anyone know of a replacement for the Eval function in J2E?

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