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Rob Philpott14-Jul-14 22:12
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The whole release/debug thing is pretty blurred in my mind in .NET. I'm not sure that optimization can be made due the hideously complex business of multiple cores with caching at various levels.

I actually need to get to the bottom of the exact differences between debug and release. In C++ it was very clear, but it is much more confusing with 2 stage compilation. Debug code may have NOPs in it, but the jitter can just not bother do anything with these. I think. Really apart from the odd optimization the MSIL should be the same in either case.

There might be an article in there somewhere..
Regards,
Rob Philpott.

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