Interface Addressable

All Known Subinterfaces:
MemoryAddress, MemorySegment, NativeSymbol, VaList

public sealed interface Addressable permits MemorySegment, MemoryAddress, NativeSymbol, VaList
Represents a type which is addressable. An addressable type is one which can be projected down to a memory address. Examples of addressable types are MemorySegment, MemoryAddress, VaList and NativeSymbol.

The Addressable type is used by the C linker to model the types of downcall handle parameters that must be passed by reference (e.g. memory addresses, va lists and upcall stubs).

Implementation Requirements:
Implementations of this interface are value-based.
  • Method Summary

    Modifier and Type
    Returns the memory address associated with this addressable.