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I would like to know is there a way to combine C++ and javascript. That means one file from c++ and other from javascript or can call to javascript from C++ functions. The platform is windiws7
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Sergey Alexandrovich Kryukov 14-Mar-11 0:21am    
Strange idea; and the purpose?
--SA

I've never tried these but check out:
- JavaScript call from C++[^] - article from the CodeProject archive.
- CLIPP library[^] - see this example[^].
 
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The layer of communication you will have to write is massive.

Can you solve the problem using a higher level language like C# or VB becuase then you can use asp.net and web services. Or even using Silverlight or flash

If this function has more to do with what javascript does , you might want to consider writing a browser plugin to achieve a solution
 
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Stephen Hewitt 14-Mar-11 5:21am    
Not really. Microsoft have provided COM-based scipting engines for VBScript and JScript for some time.
You can embed a JavaScript engine like Google V8 or Mozilla SpiderMonkey in your application. See: http://code.google.com/intl/fi-FI/apis/v8/embed.html[^] and https://developer.mozilla.org/en/JavaScript_C_Engine_Embedder%27s_Guide[^]
 
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