A pointer to an array is a 16-bit integer address. To coerce an array pointer to an integer, use the following form:
array_ptr= (int) array;
where array_ptr is an integer and array is an array.
When compiling code that performs this type of pointer conversion, IC \ must be used in a special mode. Normally, IC does not allow certain types of pointer manipulation that may crash the system. To compile this type of code, use the following invokation:
Arrays are internally represented with a two-byte length value followed by the array contents.