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[Bug 1276] "implementation-provided" needs to be defined if used

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Date: Thu, 28 Apr 2005 19:10:34 +0000
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------- Additional Comments From mrys@microsoft.com  2005-04-28 19:10 -------
"implementation-provided" means that the value is provided by the 
implementation. This can be either through an implementation-defined or 
implementation-dependent mechanism and just means that it comes from the 
outside of the scope of the specification. I am not sure that we really need 
to add a definition for this English term. Would "externally-initialized" be 
better?
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