(C# == Compiled Language) || (C# == Interpreted Language)
Is C# compiled to byte code like JAVA (which is then interpreted) or is it
compiled to the machines native code
How fast is C# relative to C++ and JAVA, respectively?
Re: (C# == Compiled Language) || (C# == Interpreted Language)
It is compiled to an Intermediate Language (sort of a high level machine
language) for distribution purposes and then translated by the loader to the
machine's native language.
As for speed, you will have to wait for the final release of the product.
Microsoft gets mad if we talk benchmarks of Beta code.
"Julio C. Silva" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> 2 Questions:
> Is C# compiled to byte code like JAVA (which is then interpreted) or is it
> compiled to the machines native code
> (e.g. assembly)?
> How fast is C# relative to C++ and JAVA, respectively?
> Julio ;-)
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