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Date: Sat, 4 Jun 88 00:20:23 edt
From: Juan Loaiza <jrl@VX.LCS.MIT.EDU>
Subject: Re: Re: opaque type proposal
If it has less than N slots you, will get a random slot out of another
object, but never the N'th slot (assuming no objects have zero length).
Or you may get a slice of object code or of a string that by a one-in-a-billion
chance looks just like the tag you're looking for. Your approach depends on a
lack of local heterogeneity in the heap (e.g. BIBOP).