1."Compile time" is when you build your code - when the compiler converts your source code into IL.
2.The source code must be compiled into machine code in order to become and executable program.
This compilation process is referred to as compile time.
3.The terms "runtime" and "compile time" are often used by programmers to refer to different types of errors.
A compile time error is a problem such as a syntax error or missing file reference that prevents the program from successfully compiling.
The compiler produces compile time errors and usually indicates what line of the source code is causing the problem.
1."Runtime" is when your code is executed - for ASP.NET, when a page request is made.
2. A compiled program can be opened and run by a user. When an application is running, it is called runtime.
3.If a program's source code has already been compiled into an executable program, it may still have bugs that occur while the program is running.
Examples include features that don't work, unexpected program behavior, or program crashes.
These types of problems are called runtime errors since they occur at runtime.
A compiled program can be opened and run by a user. When an application is running, it is called runtime.Yugandhar, if this helps please login to Mark As Answer. | Alert Moderator