Appendix A. Language Features Not in the ARM

For a number of years, The Annotated C++ Reference Manual by Margaret Ellis and Bjarne Stroustrup (the “ARM”) functioned as a de facto standard for C++ while the official ANSI standard was under development. This appendix describes the most important differences between standard C++ and C++ as described in the ARM.

The following features are not described in the Annotated C++ Reference Manual. They are implemented in C++ as defined by the Standard and are implemented by the MIPSpro C++ compilers: