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The choice of programming language for your Next Big Project can be difficult. Even worse, it can seem easy… when it is not. On the one hand, strictly speaking, you can write any program in any of Turing-complete languages. On the other hand, that doesn’t mean it will be easy. In fact, writing a program in a poorly suitable programming language could be extremely difficult.

Programming Languages, page 1:

C++ Guidelines – Made-to-Measure vs One-Size-Fits-All

Abstract: “After bashing all those Big Name guys for making those over-arching sets of guidelines, it is perfectly logical for me myself to do the same 😉”
Quote: “DON’T use C-style cast, EVER. If you DO need a cast – DO spend time on figuring out which of C++ *_cast<>s you really mean (and maybe, you’ll find a way to avoid that cast at all)”

C++ Performance: Common Wisdoms and Common “Wisdoms”

Quote: “over(ab)using C++ features is a different story, we’ll discuss these features below on case-by-case basis”
Another Quote: “Compiler will use all its Next-to-Divine Wisdom to show you that it is smarter than you are, and to ignore most of those inline specifications you carefully wrote.”