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If a running thread executes a memory reference instruction (an instruction that tries to either load some memory location into

If a running thread executes a memory reference instruction (an instruction that tries to either load some memory location into a CPU register, or store some CPU register value into some memory location), and the location within the process address space that does not fall on a memory object, the instruction becomes a no-op.
a. True
b. False

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