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Integrating ICC compiled Static library into native part of the Android App.

Hi,

I have an android app. The app is basic in its functioning . 

I decided to add native code to this app. So I put a square function ( C code ) inside jni folder and compiled it . This shared library I used in the android app  and it works ok. 

I was given a statically ICC  compiled library that does something similar and asked to use it also .

Then  with Intel INDE installed already I decided to use the ICC for compiling the ndk part . So I followed the following link.

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