Java versus C compilers for blackberry and other languages?

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What compilers for blackberry do you recommend and what language is best to use in a Microsoft Windows based development environment? The QNX Momentics IDE supports C/C++ under the Native SDK for example. But there seem so many choices, Cascades, HTML5, Core Native, Adobe AIR, Android, Java (eg RAPC)? Which platform/framework and compiler should I use and what are the pros/cons of them?

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Java versus C compilers for blackberry and other languages?

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Hi Herbert,

                I found you compilers for each platform, let’s start with JAVA Development Environment (JDE) you can choose to use RAPC Compiler this is a compiler that can be used for JDE to make it to COD files and then load it in your BlackBerry wireless device. Arguments are much shorter than that of C++ compiler. For C++ compiler you can use Meta-Object Compiler, this works for macro that can find one or more class declarations. You need to use it with an input file for it to work properly.

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