JIT i.e. Just in Time compilers are used to compile source code to  MSIL i.e. (Microsoft Intermediate Language Code) and from that to Native Code. There are 3 Types of JIT Compilers.

  • Pre-JIT Compilers
    • Compiling source code to native code
    • Using Single compilation cycle
    • Performed at the time of deployment.
  • Econo-JIT Compilers
    • Compiles method at runtime only
    • Methods are removed when they are not required.
  • Normal JIT Compiler
    • Compiles methods those are called at runtime.
    • They are temporary stored in cache memory
    • When the user calls the same method again, the method is loaded from cache.


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