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I think this is due to the differences in the philosophy underlying the design of both programming languages. The C++ philosophy allows data structures to cause undefined behavior as soon as the user violates an invariant, while Java wants to avoid that in all cases. Java aims to raise exceptions when invariants are broken, or, when that can not be detected, ...


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