translating Python to Assembler
Wim Vander Schelden
wim at fixnum.org
Wed Jan 23 09:36:33 CET 2008
On 1/23/08, Christian Heimes <lists at cheimes.de> wrote:
> Wim Vander Schelden wrote:
> > Python modules and scripts are normally not even compiled, if they have
> > been,
> > its probably just the Python interpreter packaged with the scripts and
> > resources.
> No, that is not correct. Python code is compiled to Python byte code and
> execute inside a virtual machine just like Java or C#. It's even
> possible to write code with Python assembly and compile the Python
> assembly into byte code.
> You most certainly meant: Python code is not compiled into machine code.
I didn't know that python uses a VM, I thought it still used an
learn something new everyday :)
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