Answer a new IP6Address from an array of numbers; the numbers are to be thought as the colon-separated numbers in the standard numbers-and-colons notation for IPv4 addresses.
Answer a new IP6Address from a ByteArray containing the bytes in the same order as the digit form: 18.104.22.168 would be represented as #[131 175 6 2].
Private - Answer a new IP6Address from a ByteArray containing a C sockaddr_in structure. The portAdaptor’s value is changed to contain the port that the structure refers to.
Answer a new IP6Address from a String containing the requested address in digit form.
This method should not be called for instances of this class.