On Monday, 28 August 2017 at 22:45:01 UTC, Parke wrote:
When I write "hello world" in C, the executable is 8,519 bytes.
When I write "hello world" in D, the executable is 100 times larger: 865,179 bytes.

Interestingly, "hello world" in C, compiled statically, yields 908,608 bytes. And "hello world" in assembly yields 368 bytes.

https://forum.dlang.org/post/tmofjecvnqdthvete...@forum.dlang.org - an example for elf target.

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