In the following sentence I'm not sure where to put implicitly:
The language doesn't support Int and (implicitly) converts (implicitly) Int to Double (implicitly).
First I put it at the end, because I learned:
The man drove the car carefully.
But somehow it sounds strange: converts Int to Double implicitly.
Most natural to my ears is implicitly at position two so I would place it there, although comparing "convert implicitly" to "implicitly convert" indicate to put it at the first place (Same for converts (with s)). But most Google hits show its use with cannot, should, ..., so I'm unsure which one is correct in my example above.
Which one is correct and why?