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No, that's untrue. I find that the thinking that it is so is generally derived from C attempting to impose it as part of its spec. Any architecture that uses bank switching, for example, is very much not a "big array of bytes". Or go try to write to byte 0x382 of your modern graphics card's VRAM, will you?



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