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Answer:

No.


Objects as Implemented

An Object

Rather than make many copies of the same machine code, the run-time system makes one copy of the code for each type of object.

When an object is constructed, it gets space for its own data (which is unique to itself) and a jump table filled with addresses of its subroutines (which are common to all objects of that type.) The new picture shows an object as implemented in this manner.

Of course, there are many details left out of this discussion.


QUESTION 10:

Does an object as implemented consist of one contiguous block of memory?