// Here is the format of the DATA for a TObject object in Release 3.02.06.
// 0->1 Version = Version of TObject Class
// 2->5 fUniqueID = Unique ID of object. Currently, unless this object is or was
// | referenced by a TRef or TRefArray, or is itself a TRef or TRefArray,
// | this field is not used by ROOT.
// 6->9 fBits = A 32 bit mask containing status bits for the object.
// | The bits relevant to ROOTIO are:
// | 0x00000001 - if object in a list can be deleted.
// | 0x00000008 - if other objects may need to be deleted when this one is.
// | 0x00000010 - if object is referenced by pointer to persistent object.
// | 0x00002000 - if object ctor succeeded but object shouldn't be used
// | 0x01000000 - if object is on Heap.
// | 0x02000000 - if object has not been deleted.
// The "pidf" field below is present only if this TObject object (or an object inheriting
// from it) is referenced by a pointer to persistent object.
// 10->11 pidf = An identifier of the TProcessID record for the process that wrote the
// | object. This identifier is an unsigned short. The relevant record
// | has a name that is the string "ProcessID" concatenated with the ASCII
// | decimal representation of "pidf" (no leading zeros). 0 is a valid pidf.
// No object in the StreamerInfo record will be a reference or referenced, and all objects
// are on the heap. So, for each occurrence in the StreamerInfo record, fUniqueID will be 0,
// fBits will be 0x03000000, and pidf will be absent.