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Reason for sudden rise in popularity of compile-time annotation processing in Java [closed]

So compile-time annotation processing is as old as the annotations themselves in Java. Yet most of the useful libraries were developed with the runtime approach in mind – at least at first. Now, ...
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How useful is JNI in android?

In java/android we can call code written in the c/c++ language for execution speed advantage. I have heard of Ahead Of Time compilation which (as far as i know) compiles the entire application to ...
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What is the meaning of the line - “the compiler is self-compiling if it is written in P”? [duplicate]

According to compiler definition, the compiler is a program that translates a program written in a programming language P (source code) into a program written in a machine language M (machine code). ...
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What does syntactically legal string mean in compiler design?

In programming language theory semantics, semantic is the field concerned with the rigorous mathematical study of the meaning of programming languages. It does so by evaluating the meaning of ...
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c++ compile-time function check

I am experimenting with complex FSM frameworks. For one of the approaches I am considering I would like to have two types of function: plain function and special function. The exact meaning does not ...
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How does shifting to microservices create a run-time problem?

The following commentator writes: Microservices shift your organizational dysfunction from a compile time problem to a run time problem. This commentator expands on the issue saying: Feature ...