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AnswerRe: Which one is faster? Pin
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This is not as easy a question to answer as you might think. Identical IL code produced from the different compilers will run in exactly the same way, so there is no performance hit. However, you don't have to produce IL code out of VC++.NET. With this, you can produce native code which, if properly implemented and optimized, should run faster than the IL equivalent.

Similarly, you have to question whether the different compilers will actually produce identical IL code. In most cases this is true, but there is the possibility that one compiler will produce slightly different code because of the priorities and design decisions of the appropriate compiler team.


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