C# Compiled to Machine Code

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    C# Compiled to Machine Code

    Just a question. I know that he .Net framework uses a JITD to compile you immediate language code so that it may work on any platform. However say I want to compile my C# program to run on a specific machine. What I am hinting at is say I want to go to a omputer with the .Net framework installed. Could I not find a compiler that will compile the MIL to a Machinese code exe or does the JITD create a machinese code exe of your program in virtual memory? Thanks!
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    I may be wrong here (I look at ignorance in C# as a blessing) but C# uses something similar to java's vm.

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