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Thu, 18 Dec 2003 18:57:21 -0600 (CST)
Is the following quote from `(elisp)Object Internals' still
Depending on the operating system and type of machine for which you
compile Emacs, twenty-eight bits are used to address the object, and
the remaining four bits are used for a GC mark bit and the tag that
identifies the object's type.
I know that this is not true for integers any more, but is it still
true for most other objects?
- (elisp)Object Internals,
Luc Teirlinck <=