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A class in programming is a blueprint for making objects, which are like custom types that are made in terms of other predefined types along with functions
A universe which obeys the simulation hypothesis will mean all types are composed of some fixed collection of predefined types
Such is sufficient to enable emergence as new behaviour results from combining arrangement of these types
However, there may be types that are inherently unspecifiable in terms of code. There existence of at least one of these will disprove the simulation hypothesis
 

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