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  1. #1
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    May 2007
    1 code question

    Since the code is compiled,then why does a green squiggly line appear below a wrong line of code the very moment the cursor is moved away from it after writing?As in C++,when we use a variable without declaring it,we get to know the error only after giving the compile command.But in,the variable is underlined with a green line as soon as the cursor is moved away from it.Shouldn't this be seen only if the code was 'interpreted' and not 'compiled'??

  2. #2
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    Feb 2006

    Re: code question

    The just in time compiler does a compile as the code is written and can identify errors before a compile is done at the project level. The project level compile is faster because much of the code is already compiled.

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