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Every construct has a reference and an index. As an example, the plus construct is construct number 588 of the base page. Thus, the plus construct has index 588.
The base page has a reference which is a vector (i.e. a byte vector). In mixed endian hexadecimal, the reference of the base page reads
As mentioned, vectors are represented by naturals (i.e. natural numbers). The natural which represents the base page reads:
In any case, the reference of the base page is a natural, and all constructs defined by the base page have that natural as reference. Thus, the plus construct has index
The reference of a page is world-wide unique, and the index of each construct defined by a page is unique within the page. Thus, the reference and index of a construct together provide a world-wide unique identification of the construct.
A string also has a reference and an index. The reference is zero and the index is the string itself. Recall that strings are represented by naturals. Thus, the reference and index of any construct are naturals.
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