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asked mar October 1, 2014 03:53 PM  

What is CLR and how it generates native code ?


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answered By siddhant   0  

CLR-Common Language Runtime

CLR is also called .Net runtime in short it is the the most important part of the .Net framework. The execution of .NET application is managed by the operating systems which lies above the framework layer. It is through this CLR that our .Net program communicates with the operating system.

CLR handles the execution of .Net programs and communicates with the OS for it.The CLR initiates the JITers whenever a piece of IL code is required to be complied.

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