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4 Annex C summarizes the evolution of C++ since its first published description, and explains in detail the differences between C++ and C. Certain features of C++ exist solely for compatibility purposes; Annex D describes those features. 10). 6 Throughout this International Standard, each example is introduced by “[Example:” and terminated by “]”. Each note is introduced by “[Note:” and terminated by “]”. Examples and notes may be nested. 6 Syntax notation 1 [syntax] In the syntax notation used in this International Standard, syntactic categories are indicated by italic type, and literal words and characters in constant width type.
The execution character set and the execution wide-character set are supersets of the basic execution character set and the basic execution wide-character set, respectively. The values of the members of the execution character sets are implementation-defined, and any additional members are locale-specific. __________________ 15) The glyphs for the members of the basic source character set are intended to identify characters from the subset of ISO/IEC 10646 which corresponds to the ASCII character set.
7). 2, clause 14). ] [Note: these restrictions apply to the declarative region into which a name is introduced, which is not necessarily the same as the region in which the declaration occurs. 4) may introduce a (possibly not visible) name into an enclosing namespace; these restrictions apply to that region. 5) may introduce a name into the declarative region where the declaration appears and also introduce a (possibly not visible) name into an enclosing namespace; these restrictions apply to both regions.