"C++ is an overcomplexity generator. It was designed to solve
what turned out to be the wrong problems; as a result, it lives in
an unhappy valley between two utility peaks in language-design
space, with neither the austere elegance of C nor the
expressiveness and capability of modern interpreted languages. The
layers, patches, and added features designed to lift it out of that
valley have failed to do so, resulting in a language that is
bloated, obfuscated, unwieldy, rigid, and brittle. Programs written
in C++ tend to inherit all these qualities."
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