What is CLR (Common Language Runtime)?

The Common Language Runtime is the execution engine of the .Net framework. CLR is responsible for loading and running the programs. Its unique feature is that it is designed to be common across many languages (cross-langauge interoperability).

The CLR or the Runtime provides functionality, such as exception handling, security, debugging and versioning support to any language that targets it.

The garbage collection process manages the allocation and deallocation of memory for an application. Whenever you creates an object, the CLR allocates the memory for the object from the managed heap.

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