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By mswatcher
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Submitted: Jun 26 2013 / 12:20

In this section we’re going to look at the Data Memory in more detail. So far, we’ve assumed we know what “store 1 in the memory location at offset 4″ means. If we’ve told it to store 1 at offset 4, when we read back the value at offset 4, we get 1 as expected. We know, then, that a memory location can hold a whole number greater than or equal to zero (the “positive integers”). Is there a maximum number that we can hold in that location?
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