Using the space-optimized encoder/decoder increases the likelihood that the size of your object code and application executable will be minimized, since calls to external library functions are used. This is especially true when working with huge input ASN.1 specifications. However, when working with small input ASN.1 specifications, the object code produced may not be smaller in size than that which is produced when the time-optimized encoder/decoder is in use.
Additionally, the space optimized encoder/decoder possesses full tracing and diagnostic capabilities. You will most likely find such capabilities useful during the development stage of your application.
However, the space-optimized encoder/decoder has a lower performance speed as compared to the time-optimized encoder/decoder.
For more information about our runtime libraries, see the Runtime Choices section.
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