|Nov 15, 2007, 08:19 AM||#3|
There are Java bytecode->native compilers out there, but realistically why would you? Java runs more than fast enough in a decent runtime. In some cases it actually runs faster than compiled C++ (normally as the C++ is compiled to the lowest common denominator x86 and the Java gets dynamically compiled at runtime to use ALL the CPU features available).
There is quite a list here
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