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Compiled or Interpreted?

Traditionally, languages are either compiled or interpreted. Both methods achieve the same result—the source code you write in a language like C# is translated into object code that can be understood by a specific CPU. The difference is when.

Compiled languages perform the translation at design-time, while interpreted languages translate at run-time.

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