Introducting Microsoft DotNet
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by Christophe Lauer
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Applications are hardware-independent
All these languages are compiled via an intermediate binary code, which is independent of hardware and operating systems. This language is MSIL: Microsoft Intermediate Language. MSIL is then executed in the Common Language Runtime (CLR), which basically fulfills the same role as the JVM in the Java platform. MSIL is then translated into machine code by a Just in Time (JiT) compiler.

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