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Depending on how you use the C and C ++ libraries with your application, you might have to re-implement particular functions.
You can use the C and C ++ libraries with an application in the following ways:
Build a semihosting application that can be debugged in a semihosted environment such as with the ARM® DSTREAM debug and trace unit.
Build a non-hosted application that, for example, can be embedded into ROM.
Build an application that does not use
does not initialize the library. This application has restricted
library functionality, unless you re-implement some functions.