#[repr(transparent)]
pub struct PhysicalAddress(_);
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A physical memory address, which is a usize under the hood.

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Creates a new PhysicalAddress, returning an error if the address is not canonical.

This is useful for checking whether an address is valid before using it. For example, on x86_64, virtual addresses are canonical if their upper bits (64:48] are sign-extended from bit 47, and physical addresses are canonical if their upper bits (64:52] are 0.

Creates a new PhysicalAddress that is guaranteed to be canonical.

Creates a new PhysicalAddress with a value 0.

Returns the underlying usize value for this PhysicalAddress.

Returns the offset from the frame boundary specified by this `PhysicalAddress.

For example, if the [PAGE_SIZE] is 4096 (4KiB), then this will return the least significant 12 bits (12:0] of this PhysicalAddress.

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