In general the real argument against RTTI is the unmaintainability of having to modify code everywhere every time you add a new derived class. Instead of switch statements everywhere, factor those into virtual functions. This moves all the code that is different between classes into the classes themselves, so that a new derivation just needs to override all the virtual functions to become a fully functioning class. If you've ever had to hunt through a large code base for every time someone checks the type of a class and does something different, you'll quickly learn to stay away from that style of programming.
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