function inlining

function inlining

(programming)
Defining a member function's implementation within the class where it was also declared. This is usually reserved for small functions since the inline function must be re-compiled for every instance of the class.
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Providing fast and compact code, the IAR C/C++ Compiler performs multiple levels of optimizations for code size and execution speed, such as loop unrolling and function inlining.
These improvements include options for more aggressive loop unrolling and function inlining.