Common Intermediate Language


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Common Intermediate Language

(language)
(CIL)

["Construction of a Transportable, Milti-Pass Compiler for Extended Pascal", G.J. Hansen et al, SIGPLAN Notices 14(8):117-126, Aug 1979].
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NET Framework [63] also uses a stack-based intermediate representation called the Common Intermediate Language.
Along with a strong introduction to C#, including syntax fundamentals, working with variables, console input and output, and common intermediate language and ILSASM, Michaelis describes data strings, operators and control flow, methods and parameters, classes, inheritance, interfaces, value types, well-formed types, exception handling, generics, collections, delegates and events, reflections and attributes, multithreading, multithreading patterns, platform interoperability and unsafe code, and the common language infrastructure.
NET platform, the third edition adds chapters on generics, multithreaded applications, and the common intermediate language (CIL).

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