of course :)

thanks Chafic and David..

Chafic Kazoun wrote:
From what I know (And I am no expert on the Flash Player). The way the JIT process works, not everything is actually always JITed. Bytecode that is executed once may not tget JITed at all. But code that is accessed multiple times or deemed as a performance botleneck will get JITed. The main motivation behind this would be to reduce application perceived performance by interpreting some code rather than Jitting which would alleviate the user from having to wait for the JIT process to complete. This is most apparent on application startup where if the user had to wait for everything to go through the entire JIT process, things would just seem slow. You see this with the Java runtime although Sun has improved this over time.


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