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    In my journey to learn/do 'interesting new things', I've been playing around with threading and the MSIL.  One thing I noticed was the line numbers in the MSIL.  They look something like IL_001e, so I'm guessing the IL stands for "intermediate language" and the four characters following represent 4 hexidecimal numbers.

    If this is true, what would happen if a class had more than 24,576 lines of code in it (16^4) since that would seem to be the limit?

    Just curious.


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    Tom Servo

    You've probably been looking at disassembler output. ildasm puts these labels in front of each instruction, even if they're not used. They're not a type of hint or anything, just a jump labels. You also may call them anything you like.

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