What does JIT do in .Net?

  • JIT is used for deployment, versioning, and security.
  • JIT translates the IL code to an assembly code and uses the CPU architecture of the target machine to execute a .NET application.
  • JIT compiles to C# code using .NET environment properties.
  • JIT is used for deployment, versioning, and security, and forces the computer’s processor to execute the native machine code.
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