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Typical C++ baggage is a lots of behind the scenes function calls (ctor, copy ctor,dtor,=, &adressof. So if your program must execute in a certain amount of CPU clocks then C++ is a bad choice. Such as, you do not want to slow down "fly by wire" flap extender module by unnecessary function jumps for example
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