Just to give you an idea of how much overlap there is between addresses, I’ve been testing it. It looks like addr=0x0 conflicts with 0x0:0x4. 0x0:0x4 is the first part of the address, 0x0 is the second part.
Address-conflicts are fairly common in programs. As I am pretty sure you know, some of your programs are built around addresses. For example, the windows C compiler is built around 0x0. You also see people building programs around 0x00. So in theory, addr0x0 could cause a problem. But in practice, it doesn’t.
It almost seems like the compiler is trying to make things harder. It’s not clear what happens at addr0x0 if there is a conflict. But in theory, if there is a conflict, addr0x0 should be ignored. But in practice, it doesn’t. So what happens is that addr0x0 is used for the first character of the address, and 0x4 is used for the second character.
The problem is that 0x0 conflicts with 0x4 and 0x4 conflicts with 0x0. This is because addr0x0 is for the first character, and 0x4 is for the second character.
The problem is that addr0x0 conflicts with addr0x4, and addr0x4 conflicts with addr0x0, and so addr0x0 conflicts with addr0x4. It’s confusing, and it’s a waste of time to try to fix it. What we should do instead is use the same address (0x0) for both addresses. So let’s use addr0x0.
This doesn’t work. Try 0x0.
Instead, we should use the addr0x4 address, which is used for the third character.The problem is that addr0x4 conflicts with addr0x0, and addr0x0 conflicts with addr0x4, and so addr0x4 conflicts with addr0x0. Its confusing, and its a waste of time to try to fix it. What we should do instead is use the same addr0x4 address for both addresses.
This is exactly what the addr0x4 address is for. It is a way to ensure that a particular address is unique. It is used by some computers to have multiple addresses for different purposes.
One of the reasons this is confusing is that 0x0 is defined as a decimal (or hexadecimal?) address, so 0x0 is really just an address, but addr0x4 is supposed to be a four-byte address, but addr0x0 is supposed to be a two-byte address. In other words, the address 0x0 is supposed to be a two-byte address, but addr0x4 is supposed to be a four-byte address.
The most common example of this is when you have two of us sharing a small piece of paper.