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What is Jazillian?

Jazillian is a tool that translates from C source code to Java source code. The Java code that it produces is highly maintainable: it looks like hand-written code.

Why Convert C to Java?

Why would you want to do such a thing? The article Why Java is Better than C contains a list of reasons why Java is simply a better language than C. Besides simply wanting moving to the "latest and greatest" programming language, you may have reasons why you must use Java. Perhaps your application must be cross-platform, or interact seamlessly with another Java application, for example. See the Cost / Benefit Analysis article for a discussion of these and other issues that may drive you to convert from C to Java.

URL: http://www.jazillian.com/
Licence: Proprietary

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