1. A numeric value, character or sequence that uniquely identifies a specific device or memory location, which may hold information or an instruction.
  2. To refer to a device or memory location using its identifying number, character or sequence.

The key aspects are that an address is an identifier that specifies where something is located or stored, like a device, memory, or register. It allows accessing that location to retrieve or store data or execute program steps.

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