In computer programming, undefined behavior (UB) is the result of executing a program whose behavior is prescribed to be unpredictable, in the language specification to which the computer code adheres. This is different from unspecified behavior, for which the language specification does not prescribe a result and implementation defined behavior that defers to the documentation of another component of the platform (such as the ABI or the translator documentation).
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