Qus:    What is implied by Managed and Unmanaged code?
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DIVYA Dec 31, 2020 08:38
Answer:   The code that is overseen by the CLR is called Managed code. This code keeps running inside the CLR. Henceforth, it is important to introduce the .Net structure to execute the oversaw code. CLR deals with the memory through trash accumulation and furthermore utilizes different highlights like CAS and CTS for proficient administration of the code.
Unmanaged code is any code that does not rely upon CLR for execution. It implies it is created by some other language free of the .Net structure. It utilizes its runtime condition for arranging and execution.
In spite of the fact that it isn’t running inside the CLR, the unmanaged code will work appropriately if the various parameters are effectively pursued.

PARTH Dec 31, 2020 08:53
Answer:   Managed code is the code which is managed by the CLR(Common Language Runtime) in .NET Framework. Whereas the Unmanaged code is the code which is directly executed by the operating system.

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