Unspecified behavior

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If the behavior of a construct is unspecified, then the standard places some constraints on the behavior, but leaves some freedom to the implementation, which is not required to document what happens in a given situation. It contrasts with implementation-defined behavior, in which the implementation is required to document what happens, and undefined behavior, in which anything can happen.

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