What is difference between Compilation and Runtime.

 Posted by deccansoft on 7/29/2010 | Category: C# Interview questions | Views: 4002

A high level language which means it is meant for humans to
understand not for computers. For a computer to understand a program
it has to be compiled, that is changed into machine language. Once a
program is in machine language then the computer can understand it
and perform the actions it describes (that is to run the program). A
program need only be compiled once but (once compiled) it can be run
any number of times.

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