How to Convert Objects between Java and WinFx

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How to Convert Objects between Java and WinFx
Java to WinFx
WinFx to Java
Java → WinFx → System.IO.Stream
new DotNetInputStream( → System.IO.Stream
new DotNetOutputStream( )

java.util.Collection → System.Collections.IEnumerable
new DotNetEnumerable(java.util.Collection)

java.util.Enumeration → System.Collections.IEnumerator
new DotNetEnumerator(java.util.Enumeration)

java.util.Iterator → System.Collections.IEnumerator
new DotNetEnumerator(java.util.Iterator)

WinFx → Java
System.IO.Stream →
new JavaInputStream(System.IO.Stream)

System.IO.Stream →
new JavaOutputStream(System.IO.Stream)

System.Collections.IEnumerator → java.util.Enumeration
new JavaEnumeration(System.Collections.IEnumerator)

System.Collections.IEnumerator → java.util.Iterator
new JavaIterator(System.Collections.IEnumerator)
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