Code Generation .NET

From: emanuel stiebler <>
Date: Wed Sep 29 09:21:32 2004

Steve Thatcher wrote:

> actually, .NET is a platform where individual compilers

(C#, J#, VB, Fortran, etc) generate an abstract code that

is compiled and run in the .NET runtime. C# can not run and

  execute Cobol for example, but you can freely intermix

classes that each could be written in any language. Any

  class no matter what language it is written in can be

called by a class or call another class.
> A class may not be compiled until runtime (JIT - just in

time), but once it is compiled then it is available immediately.
> best regards, Steve Thatcher

Sounds a hell like p-code, few years later ;-)
Received on Wed Sep 29 2004 - 09:21:32 BST

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