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using jit compilers

karim qazi

Joined: Mar 22, 2001
Posts: 20
how do you specifify to use jit compiler when running a class?
also can anyone explain how the jit complier works?
Michael Fitzmaurice
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Joined: Aug 22, 2001
Posts: 168
Hi Karim
I think if you are using JDK/JRE 1.3 onwards the default JVM is HotSpot, so you are using a JIT compiler unless you specify otherwise. When you come to run your application, if you use the -classic switch, you will use the 'classic' VM, without a JIT compiler.
If you are in doubt about which VM you are using, just type:
java -version
at the command line.
A little bit more info can be found here:
Alternatively, go to the sun site and read up on the HotSpot VM.
Hope this helps

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