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How is a reference serialized in FunC?

How is a reference serialized (stored)?


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Posted 12 months ago
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Do not attempt to deserialize/serialize a reference value like you would an integer. Instead, use load_ref:

(slice, cell) load_ref(slice s) asm( -> 1 0) "LDREF";

https://ton.org/docs/develop/func/stdlib/#load_ref

  
  
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