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What is the code to get a virtual stuffing machine in BABV?
What is BYTE Code in java?
Java byte code is the code that is output by the Java compiler. Byte code is not machine code, it must be interpreted to create the machine code. This is handled by the Java virtual machine. Pretty much every platform produced today has a Java virtual machine implementation, so the same byte code can be executed upon any machine. Byte code can be regarded as being the native language of the virtual machine, as opposed to machine code which is the native language of the physical machine.
Difference between byte code and machine code?
Is the Java is machine language?
No, the Java is not machine language. Java is a high-level programming language that compiles to byte code suitable for interpretation into machine code by the Java virtual machine. In other words, you program the virtual machine rather than the physical machine. Once compiled, the byte code can be executed upon any machine with a Java virtual machine implementation.
What is difference between byte code and java virtual machine?
the Java virtual machine is an interpreter. It translates byte code into machine coded subroutines. the Java compiler produces the byte code. The byte code can be executed upon any Java virtual machine without modification, regardless of the underlying hardware. The Java compiler creates the byte code from the high-level source code.
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What is bytecode and java virtual machine in java?
Asked in Computer Programming
What is compiled code?
Compiled code is plain-text source code that is translated from an English-like, high-level language into either machine code or byte code by a program known as a compiler. Machine code is the native language of the machine, consisting of binary patterns that represent a sequence of machine instructions and their operands. Byte code is the native language of a virtual machine; a machine that only exists within a computer's memory. The virtual machine is simply a program that interprets the byte code in order to produce the actual machine code. Unlike machine code which must be compiled separately for each platform, byte code will run on any platform that has a corresponding virtual machine implementation.
Asked in Java Programming, C Programming
Why the execution of java program is slower than a C program?
What does a compiler perform?
Asked in Java Programming
Which language use both compiler and interpreter?
Java is a typical example. The high-level source code is compiled to Java byte code suitable for low-level interpretation by the Java virtual machine, which produces the actual machine code. The byte code is highly portable; once compiled it can be executed upon any physical machine with a suitable Java virtual machine implementation.
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What is portability of a programming language?
Portability simply refers to whether the source code is machine-dependent or not. Machine-dependent code is non-portable code; it is specific to a particular architecture and/or platform. Machine code and assembly language are examples of non-portable languages. C and C++ are portable languages because the code can be compiled upon any machine to produce the machine-dependant code. However, both can also be used to write non-portable code if desired, thus you can write operating systems, drivers and embedded systems software as well as application software. Java is fully portable because it compiles to byte code suitable for interpretation by any Java virtual machine implementation. In other words, you program and compile code specific to the virtual machine rather than to the physical machine, and the virtual machine creates the machine-dependant code at runtime. The downside is that Java cannot be used to write machine-dependent code, so it can only be used to write applications software.
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Is Visual Basic code not managed by default in .Net framework?
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What is machine independent and depandent code?
Machine independent code is code that runs on any system, such as Windows, Linux, or OSX. This can be achieved by running the code in a Virtual Machine which converts the code to native language. Java is a language that is portable in this manner. Machine dependent code only works on specific operating system(s). An example would be C.
What is difference between byte code and machine code?
It depends on the programming language. In general, "byte code" and "machine code" mean the same thing. In Java: When source code is compiled, it is turned into byte code (in the form of a .class file). These class files are used by the Java Virtual Machine to translate byte code into native machine code on the fly in order to execute your program.
What is BYTE Code?
Byte code is used in programming languages that are both compiled and interpreted. That is, high-level source code is compiled to an intermediate level byte code which is then interpreted to produce the low-level machine code. Java is a typical example. The Java compiler produces Java byte code which is suitable for interpretation by the Java virtual machine. Byte code is highly portable. Unlike native machine code which is machine-dependent and must be recompiled separately for each supported platform, byte code is the native language of a virtual machine, one that is common across all supported platforms. As such, byte code need only be compiled once.
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What is the difference between managed and unmanaged code?
"Unmanaged code" is a new name for an old concept. Unmanaged code stands for native machine code. Software is typically written in some high-level language such as Pascal, C or C++. These languages are translated into machine code (aka unmanaged code) by the compiler and its companion tools (assembler, linker, librarian, etc). The generated code runs natively on the host processor; that is, the processor directly executes the code generated by the compiler. This approach typically results in fastest code execution, but diagnosing and recovery from errors might be easier in managed code. Managed code is a new name, but the concept also is pretty old. Today, "managed code" typically stands for the system used by Microsoft .NET, but .NET is just one example of a managed code system. The .NET system takes source code in any of the supported languages (which include C, C++, C#, Pascal, and many others), and translates it into code designed for a virtual machine. The real processor cannot execute this code natively, but it can execute a program which then in turn executes the virtual machine's codes. The program that executes the virtual machine code is known as the virtual machine. While potentially slower than native code execution, the virtual machine can manage code (!) better than real machines. For example, the virtual machine can supervise memory allocation, automatically handle disposal of unused memory, and provide many other services that a native (unmanaged) application typically must explicitly provide. If the virtual machine does its job correctly, all applications using this virtual machine are likely to benefit. Virtual machines are also known under other names. In the Java system, the tool is called a JVM, a Java Virtual Machine. In the Microsoft .NET system, the intermediate language is called MSIL (Microsoft intermediate language), which are executed through a Just-in Time MSIL compiler (JIT-compiler). Early implementations of Pascal generated an intermediate code called P-code, executed at runtime through some P-code interpreter. Other forms of managed code exist.
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Why is high level language be complied or interpreted?
Computers only understand machine code -- they cannot execute high-level languages without an interpreter or compiler to translate the code into machine code. Java uses a compiler to produce byte code which then has to be interpreted by the Java virtual machine to produce machine code. Most other compiled languages produce machine code although some compilers produce assembly language which requires an assembler to produce the machine code.
Asked in Video Games
Does anyone have an ID code and a key code to get a bear on babv?