The Pascal Standard (ISO/IEC 7185) says that some features of the Pascal language are implementation-defined. ISO/IEC 7185 further says that each implementation (called a processor by ISO/IEC 7185) must provide a definition of all implementation-defined features.
Below are links to definitions of how Irie Pascal handles implementation-defined features. Each definition has the following format:
First the official description of the feature is taken from ISO/IEC 7185 and displayed in red. This is followed by a simplified description, if the official description is unclear or requires the reader to have a copy of ISO/IEC 7185. Finally a statement describing how Irie Pascal handles the feature is at the end.