Hi everyone,
I have a project that I have to do in C++. I have already done a very similar project in Java in another course. It's kind of amazing that the teacher that was teaching the java course got all of her materials from the C++ teacher. Anyways, my question is there a simple, or not so complicated way of converting the Java to the C++ code? I have to make a few adjustments to the project, but minor ones. Please let me know. Thanks to anyone upfront for advice.

No, there isn't. You can obviously translate the code manually, and it should be pretty easy.

Anything Java can do, C++ can do (though there may be more instructions).

In fact, C++ can do more than Java....

However when it comes to GUI implementations, C++ loses out unless you count .NET Frameworks and other non-standard libraries that support GUI application development under the C++ language. I also can't imagine how difficult it would be for C++ to implement a non-standard library that supported "Servlet-based" containers @_@

Sorry for rambling... what was your old project like? Do you still have the source code?

I'm just going to try and write it outright. I will jump back on here if I need help. Thanks