|YaK:: WebLog #535 Topic : 2007-06-27 05.48.56 matt : C#/CLR question : does the readonly keyword help the JIT at all?||[Changes] [Calendar] [Search] [Index] [PhotoTags]|
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I looked in the CLR via C# book. I looked in .NET 2.0 IL assembler book. I searched blogs.
The books had nothing to help, which is strange because they are great resources on what kind of code can help the JIT do a better job. The blogs I found by searching for "C# readonly JIT" have hyperbole, but nothing definite.
Can anyone tell me, or do I need to pre-JIT an assembly with ngen and look at the generated x86 code?
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