Help with JIT talk for tomorrow

Matt Fowles matt.fowles at
Tue Oct 4 17:12:23 PDT 2011


On Tue, Oct 4, 2011 at 8:04 PM, Tom Rodriguez <tom.rodriguez at>wrote:

> > First up... given this output from PrintCompilation, what do the "!"
> > and "n" and "%" mean?
> ! means the method is synchronized, n means it's a native method wrapper
> compile, and % means it's an OSR compile.

Your answer and the website linked to disagree.  According to the website:

!    Method has exception handlers
s    Method declared as synchronized

Can you verify which is correct just so we don't have misinformation running

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