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Categories: Code conversion - Language migration, Compilation - Bytecode manipulation, IDEs - IDE plug-ins, Languages

Author: Microsoft

Latest version: 2005
Added 2006-06-02

Visual J# is a tool that Java-language programmers can use to build applications and services to run on the .NET Framework.

Visual J# targets the .NET Common Language Runtime and can be used to develop .NET applications, including XML Web services and Web applications, making full use of the .NET Framework. Visual J# is not used for developing applications intended to run on a Java Virtual Machine. Applications and services built with Visual J# will run only on the .NET Framework.

Visual J# applications benefit from the following:
- Cross-language integration
- Versioning and deployment support
- Debugging and profiling services

Visual J# includes the following:
- The Visual J# compiler, which compiles Java-language sources to Microsoft Intermediate Language (MSIL)
- A binary converter that transforms Java-language bytecode into MSIL
- Independently developed class libraries designed to provide the functionality of most JDK level 1.1.4 class libraries and many of the classes in the JDK 1.2 java.util package
- Compatibility with Windows Foundation Classes (WFC) and many of the* packages

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