Re: About FileXXXputStream 's implementation

Thomas Fritsch <>
Fri, 17 Nov 2006 13:23:31 GMT
???????? schrieb:

On 11??17??, ????8??19??, Thomas Fritsch
<> wrote:

???????? schrieb:
what's the native initIDs method of it used for?The initID method typically gets some JNI method IDs of the
FileXXXStream class and stores them somewhere in the C code. Later,
other native methods of the class can use these cached method IDs to
call the non-native methods of the class.

By using the first two, I'm sorry,
"env" and "jobject"

en,but initIDs is a static native method, lack the "jobject"...

You don't need it for getting method or field IDs.

this method is only called once in the static area,what did it store
in C code?

It might do for example look below:

#include "FileInputStream.h"

static jmethodID readMethodID;
static jmethodID closeMethodID;

void Java_FileInputStream_initIDs(JNIEnv *env, jclass c)
  readMethodID = env->GetMethodID(env, c, "read", "()I");
  closeMethodID = env->GetMethodID(env, c, "close", "()V");

void Java_FileInputStream_exampleMethod(JNIEnv *env, jobject obj)
  env->CallVoidMethod(env, obj, closeMethodID);

By the way: If you want a deeper understanding of JNI, I suggest you
work through Sun's JNI tutorial and/or a text-book.


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