What is CLR and how it generates native code ?



What is CLR and how it generates native code ?..

Answer / narayansahu

CLR stands for Common Language Runtime. It's the runtime
environment of .Net Framework. It has one component called
JIT or JITTER (Just in time translator) which is
responsible for translating code from MSIL To Native code
on the fly.

The scene is like this on source machine
Any .net------> CLR-> MSIL Code
compliant code
On Detination MAchine
MSIL Code --> CLR(JIT)----> NAtive code--> os

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