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Hi, I have some java programs to process larger amount of data and also involve some calculations. Because java class file uses java VM, it seems a lot slower then C/C++ program. Anybody can tell me how to compile java source file into the machine code straightly rather than a class file. Thanks -Yan
I'm reading the performance tweeking by Oreilly. It says that compiling to native code will probably "decrease" the speed of most Java programs. The JIT compilers, Hotspot, are optimized to take care of alot of situations.
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