Record Pointer

A record pointer is a 4 byte value that points to a specific record on a specific page. If you read it as a 32 bit little endian unsigned integer, the low order byte contains the record number, and the three high order bytes contain the page number.

For example, the value 0x00112233 (byte sequence on disk: 33 22 11 00) would point to record 0x33 (51) on page 0x001122 (4386).