Emulating memory in an interpreted language

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    Wrangling Untrusted File Formats Safely

    But clearly, it is possible to define a language for which the semantics of out-of-bounds accesses are well-defined; such languages include assembly, java, haskell, etc. There are also languages for which the semantics of out-of-bounds accesses are not well-defined, and whose type systems are unsound; the primary contender here is c. Finally, there are languages for which the semantics of out-of-bounds accesses are not well-defined, and whose type systems are sound; these languages are generally dependently typed. One interesting recent example of such a language is wuffs.

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