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    HI friends this is Joseph, i am new this to forum.
    I have some basics on Java. I have confusion about JIT. So please give me some basics about JIT.







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    Joseph.J

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    The JIT compiler compiles the bytecodes of that method into native machine code, compiling it "just in time" to run. When a method has been compiled, the JVM calls the compiled code of that method directly instead of interpreting it.
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    JIT is the Just-In-Time compiler in Java. It compiles the byte code into machine code, running just in time.

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    Just in time (JIT) is a production strategy that strives to improve a business' return on investment by reducing in-process inventory and associated carrying costs. Just in time is a type of operations management approach which originated in Japan in the 1950s.

    -There are strong cultural aspects associated with the emergence of JIT in Japan. The Japanese work ethic involves the following concepts.
    -Workers are highly motivated to seek constant improvement upon that which already exists. Although high standards are currently being met, there exist even higher standards to achieve.
    -Companies focus on group effort which involves the combining of talents and sharing knowledge, problem-solving skills, ideas and the achievement of a common goal.
    -Work itself takes precedence over leisure. It is not unusual for a Japanese employee to work 14-hour days.
    -Employees tend to remain with one company throughout the course of their career span. This allows the opportunity for them to hone their skills and abilities at a constant rate while offering numerous benefits to the company.


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