In some cases code size must be kept to the absolute minimum regardless of execution speed. Examples include:
Important special case is downloadable code, such as for:
C-SLang is a language for this class of software components. Its design is optimized for code density and is motivated by an unusual company: 8-bit assemblers, FORTRAN and Java. C-SLang source resembles assembly code but compiles into executable (or, rather, interpreted) bytecode by a regular ANSI C compiler, because instructions are implemented as C macros, albeit unusual. The bytecode can be linked into your project or exported in downloadable (stand-alone) format. Bytecode interpreter, or C-SLang virtual machine (SVIRM), which runs C-SLang, also implements freely configurable hardware abstraction layer. It's worth noting that SVIRM has remarkably small footprint.
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