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When trying to summon demons using C++ be careful that you can actually control the demon.
I once tried it an promptly summoned Abaddon, his name meaning Doom, the Angel of Death, also known as Apollyon, the Destroyer, King of the Bottomless Pit, the Antichrist, by some believed to be the Devil himself.
To make a long story short, I tried the same using C# and summoned a locust.