Microsoft?s J/Direct Universal Connection is being embedded in the Java virtual machine, due this summer with the beta ship of Internet Explorer 4.0 beta. The key selling point is that it enables developers to access Windows device drivers and Win32 APIs, and Microsoft argues that the benefits are twofold: it removes many of the barriers that exist between Windows and Java; and it compensates for a lack of Java APIs.
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