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native language

The first language a person learns. It is usually the language he or she is most proficient in and uses with the greatest comfort, confidence, and precision.
Synonym: first language; mother tongue
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If you compile Java to native code, you miss the chance to have the verifier ensure no one has tampered with your program.
Mapping variables to machine registers increases native code performance since registers are much faster to access than memory.
All get compiled into native code through the common language runtime (as opposed to being interpreted each time, like ASPs).
5 operating system and the integration of Jbed will allow developers to write applications and services in either Windows native code or in Java.
But, when an application requires native code aimed at a specific processor, and when performance and control get high priority, eMbedded Visual C++ will do the trick.
A J1T compiler actually takes your Java bytecode and translates it into native code.
Sun said that it chose not to go with the new Syntax product which supports Windows 2000 features including AD because it wants native code whereas Syntax (along with IBM and others) has effectively reverse engineered the technology in TotalNet.
App Cloud's hybrid app development model enables TVNZ to provide the best user experience and functionality by fusing HTML5 and native code, providing maximum cross-platform leverage and taking advantage of the power and performance of native features at the same time.
Next the Project Explorer pane opens on the left side of the screen (Figure 6) showing all the files in your project, including the main activity, UI layout, native code, etc.
Greater Platform Extensibility: Streamlined integration between the Magic platform and native code lets developers add more native capabilities.
There are also tools for finding native memory leaks, but you shouldn't need them unless your company is writing native code.
Here, the attorney did his best to prove that Sun had always discouraged developers from using its native code, but when the company began work on a new standard, JNI, it deliberately kept Microsoft out of the development loop.