List & Label Preview File
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What is an LL file?
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Programs that open LL files
LLVM Intermediate Representation
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An LL file may also be an intermediate representation created by the LLVM compiler. It contains source code that has been translated into LLVM's platform-agnostic assembly language. LL files are used to optimize programs for different target architectures.
LLVM is a collection of modular and reusable compiler and toolchain technologies. Primarily, developers use LLVM to optimize programs written in a variety of programming languages for one or more target architectures.
As part of this optimization process, LLVM compiles a program's original source code into an intermediate representation, which consists of a translated version of the program's original code. This translation is saved in an LL file. Developers can compile LL files using LLVM's static compiler to optimize them for a specific architecture.