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Creating Common Intermediate Language projects with .NET SDK

When you compile your C#, F# or VB.NET code, which are all high-level managed languages, the relevant compiler doesn’t compile it to native code, but instead it compiles it into the Common Intermedia Language.

The IL code is then just-in-time (not always, but let’s keep things simple) compiled by the CLR/CoreCLR to machine code that can be run on the CPU. What I wanted to show you today, is that with the new Microsoft.NET.Sdk.IL project SDK, it is actually quite easy to create and build projects in pure IL.

Let’s have a look.

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