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JLogan3o13 wrote:Why? C# and Java are incredibly similar; Java is even simpler with less 'flexibility' (Read: its a leaner language).
I have a small GUI tool written in another language that serves as a front end for Microsoft's SCCM 2007. The customer that I originally wrote this for has asked if it could be converted to Java (they are a Java shop), but I am struggling with the methodology of the language.I have some background in C++ and C#, so have a basic understanding of OO stuff, just seem to be faltering on syntax.
I cannot figure out how to make a simple app in Java to do the sameThat's because you have about three months of studying and experimentation to do before you are that far. The language is only a tiny part of that three months.
I'll be blunt: you should not be doing this; you don't have to required knowledge and experience. Someone who is qualified should do it.
As mentioned, syntax should not be a problem. But ObjCreate will certainly be. Looks like the program is too much Windows specific for Java to handle easily.