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A protocol for memory management

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- memory hierarchy : memory > area > ( ordered/unordered block )

- root object : 
@ initialize : setting values in an existed area
@ create : allocating any new area
@ delete : freeing above an area

- sub object : 
@ allocate : allocating any new unorderd block in an existed area
@ deallocate : freeing any new unorderd block in an existed area
@ push : allocating any new ordered block in an existed area
@ pop : freeing any new ordered block in an existed area
@ point : accessing a specific block and getting address

- common : 
@ set : editing values in a specific memory
@ get : bringing values from a specific memory

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