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Is there any way in Java we can view the bytecodes generated by a piece of code?

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Question: Is there any way in Java to view the bytecode generated by a piece of code?

Answer: The intermediate representation of Java code is named bytecode. Like assembler is the intermediate representation of C/C++ programs, Java's representation is bytecode.

Bytecode is generated according to JLS - Java Language Specification. It is simple and stright forward code. So simple that it is possible with Java decompiler programs get back Java code Smile

Run this command in directory where you have your MyClass.class file and you get bytecode:
javap -c -classpath . MyClass


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