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IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet) of bytecodes

The International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) is an alphabetic system of phonetic notation based primarily on the Latin alphabet. With phonetic transcriptions, dictionarie tell you about the pronunciation of words, because the spelling of an English word does not tell you how you should pronounce it. Below is the phonetic transcription of bytecodes:

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  1. to a list of bytecodes.
  2. The BytecodeGenerator generates a stream of bytecodes.
  3. The bytecodes have been carefully selected
  4. the bytecodes produced by the compiler,
  5. something called dex files, D-E-X. And these are bytecodes that are the results of converting
  6. bytecode, you'll see that it just uses the same bytecodes as normal assignment operations.
  7. the same bytecodes as normal assignment operations.
  8. optimized all kind of bytecodes combinations in a much smarter way without taking into
  9. at the time were interpreters of some form, so either operating on the s on bytecodes,
  10. These compilers compile Solidity into EVM bytecodes, which can then be deployed into
  11. It starts as a Solidity file, which is compiled into EVM bytecodes, which are deployed into
  12. of this project. And what you see on the top here are the different bytecodes we can feed
  13. C#. We can cross compile from all these bytecodes down to JavaScript so actually the earlier
  14. that it's really -- you can think of it is that there's only 230 or so Dalvik bytecodes.
  15. it's handling bytecodes one at a time. Okay?
  16. working on abstract syntax trees or on bytecodes.
  17. do this processing of the bytecodes on the fly. We can't predict every class that they're