Intro to C# I
Microsoft Intermediate Language (MSIL)
All compilers which create code for .NET platform doesn’t create code for x86 CPUs nor other concrete CPU, but generates a code written in the intermediate language known as Microsoft Intermediate Language (MSIL). The CLR gives to the apps the sensation of being executed over a virtual machine, and MSIL is the language of this virtual machine. It means that MSIL is the unique code which can be interpreted by the CLR, and therefore saying that a compiler generates code for .NET platform is the same than saying that it’s generating MSIL.
Microsoft.NET is the set of new technologies that Microsoft has been working in recent years in order to obtain a simple and powerful platform for distributing the software as services that can be provided remotely and can communicate and combined with one another completely independent of the platform, programming language and model components that have been developed. This is called .NET platform, as previously mentioned services are called Web services.
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