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Memory addresses

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Memory addresses are typically a 32-bit or 64-bit hexadecimal number referring to a region of random access memory (RAM).

This is what is typically contained by an "Absolute Pointer" or "Absolute Address", however "Virtual Memory Addresses" exist as well on a per-process context basis within a given process' runtime environment.