Address TypesΒΆ

Several special types are provided for raw memory manipulation: caddress, address and byte.

An address is a machine address which can be treated as an unsigned integer, and also supports the dereference operator. All standard pointers can be converted to type address and caddress.

The dereference function deref which can also be written with a prefix * as in C, returns a value of type byte. A byte is an 8 bit unsigned integer similar to uint8.