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asked mar October 1, 2014 03:39 PM  

What is MSIL, IL, CTS?


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answered By siddhant   0  

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

IL-Intermediate Language

The source code is compiled by the compiler into an intermediate language code that can be understood by the JIT compiler.

CTS-Common Type System

CTS are a set of standards like CTS. CTS tells us about the basic types that IL understands. These standard data types must be matched or mapped with the .NET compliant language data types. The communication is done by say CTS is defines a type Int32, a data type of 32 bits which is mapped bt C# as int and in VB.NET by its integer data type.

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