What is the purpose of CLR?

  • CLR performs various operations such as security checks, spell checks, assembly loading, and thread management. It provides a secure execution environment for the internet.
  • CLR sets the rules developers must use for the components that are interlanguage compatible. CLR is reusable across all the .NET-compliant languages.
  • CLR is a compiler that converts Intermediate Language to a native code.
  • CLR performs various operations such as memory management, security checks, assembly loading, and thread management. It also provides a secure execution environment for applications.
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