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Using C++ Efficiently In Embedded Applications

White Paper Published By: Mentor Graphics
Mentor Graphics
Published:  Apr 03, 2009
Type:  White Paper
Length:  10 pages

Moving to C++ presents opportunities for higher programmer productivity. The requirements of embedded systems, however, demand that the adoption of C++ be carefully measured for the performance impact of run-time costs present in C++, but not in C. This talk suggests strategies for developers who are starting their acquaintance with C++.



Tags : 
c++, coding, developer, programming, programmer, mentor graphics, run-time costs, embedded systems, ansi/iso c[, risc, first principle, cost evaluation, declaration, evaluation principle, initialized static consts, arbitrary placement of declarations, overloading, function in-lining, multiple inheritance, run-time type identification