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Monthly Archives: April 2012
Let me start with a quick intro and background about NGen. With CLR execution model, you write code using your favorite language like C#, VB.NET, C++/CLI and then compiled into a .NET assembly. The .NET assembly contains code in form … Continue reading
In my previous blog, I described how an arry looks in managed heap. Johnston asked a fair question as to how the same array will be represented in an x64 architecture. The real difference is only between the size of … Continue reading
This post is inspired by Karl Seguin‘s blog regarding Why Arrays Normally Start At Zero where he explained some fundamental concepts behind arrays and pointer arithmetics. He used a simple yet powerful example from C language, although the concept itself could be applied to any other … Continue reading