Chris Angelico rosuav at
Wed Mar 5 22:26:22 CET 2014

On Thu, Mar 6, 2014 at 8:14 AM, Marko Rauhamaa <marko at> wrote:
> When I talk about an object's memory address, I'm not referring to what
> might be revealed by gdb, for example. That is, I'm not talking about
> the process's virtual address space, nor am I talking about the physical
> address on the address bus. I can simply define that the object's memory
> address is whatever id() returns.

Where's the complaints about circularity now? You're saying "But of
course id() returns the address, as long as we define the address as
'whatever id() returns'.". Unimpeachably logical and utterly


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