c++ for real time systems

Why c++ is not useful for Real-time  Embedded systems.For example for any
Avionics systems(FMS) they are using ADA..
Why not C++..?
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Going in your own lines are you not aware of the TOLD (Takeoff and landing functionality), which is part of FMS,  is written in C++.

So I feel Both C++ and ADA are used for real time systems. In older system ADA was used. New products coming into market are making using of C++.

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A recent C/C++ Users Journal has articles on C++ in real-time systems.  It is defintely done, I would guess that the main drawback is that it takes more advanced hardware (more memory and maybe more processor time) than other languages used for this.
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