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Old 23 September 2019, 17:13   #11
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You are asking for trouble when using C++ in such a low memory configuration. What's wrong with C?

Currently I'm only experimenting with the memory, so these are just findings, that I consider interesting.


I don't really want to work with plain C, because C++ adds a lot of other stuff, which is useful and convenient. So knowing the limitations, I can take advantage of the C++ features that I want and can still fall back in some cases if it is necessary.


I prefer C++ because of it's inherent typesafety objects and overloading, which IMO makes the code much clearer. Also templates can be very useful, so all in all, even if one can not use the full feature set of an advanced C++ compiler, IMO there is enough benefit to still use it.
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