So I'm writing an interface program for a particular device and there seems to be some strange goings ons. I'm rather new to this so I'm not quite sure what to do, heres the problem:
Basically, the people who wrote the driver software for the device apparently did it in Java. However, they offer a development kit with the ability to program in C/C++ and I'm guessing the environment is able to convert from C++ to Java...?
So anyways, during runtime there are exceptions, as will always be the case during debugging; however, since the drivers are Java I get Java error messages. Try/Catch will not work here because theyre not C/C++ exceptions.
All I want to do is hide the Java errors and print less cryptic error messages to the screen. I could probably think of something if the exceptions were generated from boolean functions, but they're not. There must be some way around this, any ideas? (Switching to Java is not an option.)