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But starting from Java Standard Edition (SE) 7, both JVM specification and Java language specification are published in tandem under the same Java SE version. When an application is provided to a JVM, the JVM’s class loader loads and parses the initial class file and puts the items into corresponding data structures in memory. Then JVM resolves all the symbolic references into direct references as memory addresses. , its initializer is invoked), JVM calls the main() method of the initial class to execute the application.
Tracing execution) from the entrance, which is the start point of the trace. ” For loop-based tracing, the trace end point is where the control goes back to the start point. For basic-block-based tracing, the end point is the exit point of the basic block. In both approaches, the length of a trace is limited to avoid the execution strays away from the expected path. Tracing process may give up due to some unsupported conditions, such as exception-throwing or entering runtime services. Loop-based trace may have some intermediate points where the control branches off the hot path.