if I include the classes.zip of J2Me ??

by Sudha » Fri, 24 Oct 2008 15:26:35 GMT


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 hi
I have a stupid question
suppose thru the eclipse if I put the J2Me classes.zip file to my
android project.
and I just create an Activity and a view which
only calling or directing the lifecycle methods of j2me
will it work ?

I am dare to try this out...
can anyone show some light on this
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if I include the classes.zip of J2Me ??

by nkijak » Fri, 24 Oct 2008 20:01:02 GMT


 Did you try in the emulator? Probably be quicker than waiting for an
answer here.



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if I include the classes.zip of J2Me ??

by Dana Li » Fri, 31 Oct 2008 02:01:03 GMT


 No, You cannot include J2ME classes inside android because android is not
compatible with J2me platform and its working mechanism is not the same as
midlet.

Dana







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