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A particular kind of JustInTime [Compiler] whose defining property is that it will dynamically recompile hot spots, ie sections of a program which take up most of its execution time in, to optimise them better. Hot spots are identified by monitoring [Profiling] information as the program executes. This way, a HotSpotCompiler can potentially optimise much more purposively than a traditional [Compiler] which builds an unchanging BinaryExecutable.
-The concept is commonly associated with [Java], but is applicable to any VirtualMachine
+The concept is commonly associated with [Java], but is applicable to any VirtualMachine .