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C++ in Micro Environments

This is a follow-up to my Minimal C++ article. It might be helpful to read that article first, in order to understand the context better.

Here, I present a relatively refined—and featherweight—method for using C++ in “micro” environments: think 16- or 32-bit microcontrollers with memory on the order of 64–256 KiB of storage, usually split between the program and runtime memory (RAM).

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Minimal C++

I keep talking about—and getting asked about—something that I refer to as “Minimal C++”. To be clear, there are a few points I should start of by stating explicitly: This is not—as far as I’m aware—a term used elsewhere. It is not a new, different, or distinct language from C++. It is simply a model for using C++ that is different from the traditional heavyweight model using the C++ standard runtime and standard template libraries.

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