Managed execution is the process used by the CLR to execute managed code. Each time a method in an object is called for the first time, its MSIL-encoded instructions are JIT-compiled to the native code of the processor. Each subsequent time the same method is called, the previous JIT-compiled code is executed. Compiling and execution continued until the program terminates.

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