MSIL-Microsoft Intermediate Language
MSIL is an independent code of operating system and hardware. When a program needs to be executed this IL is converted into binary executable code called native code. The cross language relationship is made possible by the IL as all .Net language give similar IL codes. When we compile any of the .Net compilant language such as C#, VB.NET, C++.NET, it does not gets change into executable binary code but rather to an intermediate code, this is called MSIL.
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