That argument doesn't make much sense. Firstly, you're intermixing comparisions of compile time and runtime. Secondly, you avoid the issue the SharedCLibrary, and end up with a bunch of confused points.
Yes, Basic programs will generally be smaller, but it may not be sensible or possible to develop large programs in Basic at all, so again the comparison falls flat.
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