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Mixing Languages

RemObjects Blogs – New users coming fresh to Elements are often wondering how the compiler is able to mix different programming languages, or how it ends up that you can use the same language on different platforms ("doesn't C# only work on .NET?"). Here's how it works.Elements is not made up of several compilers. We don't have, say, one compiler for Oxygene, one for C#, one for Swift and so on. No, Elements is a single compiler that can understand all these languages.You can, very roughly speaking, think of a compiler as two halves — a front-end and a back-end.The front-end is what takes the source code you ...
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