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'''Dynamic recompilation''' (sometimes abbreviated to '''dynarec''' or '''DRC''') is a feature of some emulators and virtual machines, where the system may recompile some part of a program ''during execution''. By compiling during execution, the system can tailor the generated code to reflect the program's run-time environment, and potentially produce more efficient code by exploiting information that is not available to a traditional static compiler.
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'''Dynamic recompilation''' (sometimes abbreviated to '''dynarec''' or the [[pseudo-acronym]] '''DRC''') is a feature of some [[emulator]]s and [[virtual machine]]s, where the system may [[Compiler|recompile]] some part of a [[Computer program|program]] ''during execution''. By compiling during execution, the system can tailor the generated code to reflect the program's run-time environment, and potentially produce more efficient [[code]] by exploiting information that is not available to a traditional static [[compiler]].
  
 
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