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Java and Memory Protections

Java and Memory Protections

Posted Nov 22, 2006 18:11 UTC (Wed) by Per_Bothner (subscriber, #7375)
In reply to: Java and Memory Protections by NAR
Parent article: Virtual Machines and Memory Protections

Java does support dynamically generated classes. This is used by Kawa for its evaluator: Kawa reads a high-level program (Scheme, XQuery, Emacs Lisp), translates it to Java bytecodes, dynamically creates a class, and then calls a method in the class. It is quite fast, allowing for a very responsive read-eval-print-loop combined with fast execution.


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