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The ISO C++ Standard (ISO/IEC 14882:2014) defines the concept of implementation-defined behavior as the "behavior, for a well-formed program construct and correct data, that depends on the implementation and that each implementation documents".
The following topics document the behavior in the implementation of Arm® Compiler 6 of the implementation-defined features of the C++ languages. Each topic provides information from a single chapter in the C++ Standard. The C++ Standard section number relevant to each implementation-defined aspect is provided in parentheses.