Types of JIT Compilers in .Net Framework

By Santhosh N

There are the following three types of JIT Compilers in Microsoft .Net Framework

1) Pre-JIT: Pre-JIT Compiler compiles the whole source code into native code in a single cycle, done at the time of deployment of the application itself.

2) Econo-JIT: Econo-JIT Compiler compiles only specific methods that are called at runtime. These compiled methods are removed once their processing is finished and not required in further execution.

3) Normal-JIT: - Normal-JIT Compiler compiles only specific methods that are called at runtime. These methods are compiled once and are stored in the cache. When the same methods are called again, the compiled code from cache will be used for execution.

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