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Translate between managaed java and unmanaged jvm

 
 
Mike Schilling
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      05-14-2010
Thomas Pornin wrote:
> According to Lew <(E-Mail Removed)>:
>> That is instructive. I thought "unmanaged" code in .Net (with which
>> I'm barely passingly familiar) meant high-level code still (e.g.,
>> C#), but without the memory-management features (GC).

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> Well, C# has that, too. C# syntax tends to agglomerate features quite
> fast. You can have "unmanaged" C# code, with C-like things like
> explicit pointer arithmetic.


That's "unsafe" code. "Unmanaged" code means code that's not produced from
..NET IL.


 
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