ISO/IEC TR 18015:2006 Preview
Information technology -- Programming languages, their environments and system software interfaces -- Technical Report on C++ Performance
This standard was last reviewed and confirmed in 2013. Therefore this version remains current.
The aim of ISO/IEC TR 18015 is to:
- give the reader a model of time and space overheads implied by use of various C++ language and library features;
- debunk widespread myths about performance problems in C++;
- present techniques for use of C++ in applications where performance matters; and
- present techniques for implementing C++ standard language and library facilities to yield efficient code.
The special needs of embedded systems programming are presented, including ROMability and predictability. A separate chapter presents general C and C++ interfaces to the basic hardware facilities of embedded systems.
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