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- Subject: Re: Carlos Cassino
- From: cassino (Carlos Cassino)
- Date: Fri, 5 Jun 1998 14:01:38 -0300
> From email@example.com Thu Jun 4 15:26:40 1998
> > A binding between Lua and Java. This binding is implemented as
> > a Java package and gives Java code the ability to access all
> > Lua features. Includes javadoc documentation comments..
> Is it also possible to call Java from Lua?
Yes, it is. This binding works just like the "official" binding
with C. That is, you have the entire API implemented in Java. In
particular, you can push a "Java function" to Lua and call it from
there (this "Java function" is actually an object with an special
method `foo' that will be called from Lua.)