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Thread: managed and unmanaged code

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    managed and unmanaged code

    what is difference between managed code and unmanaged code?

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    Re: managed and unmanaged code

    Unmanaged code is the code which after compiling runs directly on underlying operating system. Assembly or executables made are directly run on OS. e.g. C,C++

    Managed code is the code which runs on a platform which is above operating system and provides the underlying environment to executable with many addin features like garbage collection etc.
    e.g. .NET platform for VB.NET,c#,ASP.NET
    Java runs on JVM

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