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NinjaPirateZombie

Is $2,147,483,647 the maximum amount of money?

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darkdayz

I wonder if anybody has gathered this amount online. I'm sure somehow has done the LSC glitch 20,000 times haha, some people are crazy.

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I_AM_ALWAYS_RIGHT

u kno im so rich but i want more. MORE INTERIORS. gang wars! what happen 2 my how many hookers i f*cked stat? GONE! miss dat. private dances stat replaced dat...WHAT?! crazy

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ChillerVapes

Is this money you can have on you or money on the stocks? I'm sure I'm over that amount in profit but my character does not havenit on them, it's all still making more profit on the stocks.

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ChillerVapes

2,304,484,868.44

 

Just checked, that is Trevors cash amout on Social Club right now.

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killadro

This is really not a mystery, it's the highest possible 2s complement signed 32-bit number.

 

It isn't 2^32 it's 2^(32-1) - 1. Put it in your calculator.

 

Whenever signed 2s complement binary numbers have a 1 in front they are negative. For example.

11111111111111111111111111111111 is equal to -2147483648

The equation for most negative 2s signed number is

2^(n-1) or 2^31.

 

So to have a positive signed binary number you would have to do:

01111111111111111111111111111111

 

Which is 2^(n-1) - 1 or that bank amout. No mystery.

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Spuds725

 

That is the maximum value possible in a 32-bit system. (2^32).

2^32 won't end with "7"

 

 

 

It is actually 2^31 minus 1

 

$2^31 = $2,147,483,648

 

$2,147,483,648 - $1 = $2,147,483,647

 

I don't think they meant it to go that high either-- I noticed in my game that the money is missing a comma when you were over $1 billion.... it was displayed in parts of the game (not everywhere) as $2147,483,647

 

//edit// Sorry didn't see killadro's better explanation--

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cholesterol

Leonhard_Euler.jpg

 

"The number 2,147,483,647 is also the maximum value for a 32-bit signed integer in computing. It is therefore the maximum value for variables declared as int in many programming languages running on popular computers, and the maximum possible score, money etc. for many video games. The appearance of the number often reflects an error, overflow condition, or missing value."

 

most likely the reason its the limit for cash in V

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AlmightySo

Yes, GTA V (& RS in reference to the second poster) has a 32-bit integer for money, after 2,147,483,647 you might go into negatives, that's what i heard.

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I will pwn you newbs

I've decided to bump this because I obviously read in this thread the max money is around 2,147,000,000 but I'm also hearing people have like 2.2 bil and even 2.5 bil. So does anyone have more than that first number without the money going to negative?

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~Tiger~

I've decided to bump this because I obviously read in this thread the max money is around 2,147,000,000 but I'm also hearing people have like 2.2 bil and even 2.5 bil.

 

Well in UK 2,147,000,000 is 2.2 billion!

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tadejpetric

2,147,483,647 is the upper limit of a signed 32 bit integer.

So PC v will be able to have more total money or what?

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GTA3Rockstar

 

Someone find the release date of GTA VI in those digits.

 

21.4.2017

 

 

 

Seems accurate. :p

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Tikhung

should've been 6969696969 :D

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polosistealth

2,147,483,647 = Half Life 3 confirmed :lol::lol::lol::panic:

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richard1997jones

Why would anyone want anymore. 1 billion is enough to buy all the businesses, clothes, guns and cars which could be fully modified and still have around half left for the jets and boats. You'd never need that much especially if you making a million a week from all the assets.

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Alvarez

Can you actually put the excess money in stocks? Because when the amount of money exceed this value, it turns IN ASTRONOMIC DEBTS.

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I will pwn you newbs

Why would anyone want anymore. 1 billion is enough to buy all the businesses, clothes, guns and cars which could be fully modified and still have around half left for the jets and boats. You'd never need that much especially if you making a million a week from all the assets.

I don't care about having more than that but if you go over that your money goes negative which would really suck

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WBaker

 

2,147,483,647 is the upper limit of a signed 32 bit integer.

 

So PC v will be able to have more total money or what?

Most likely no. R* would have to change the data type to a 64-bit integer. It isn't a hardware limitation rather than a deliberate choice.

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BlackNoise

It's weird that R* would make the maximum amount so low. It's definitely a lot of money, but not when your game has it's own stock market.

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Agni

It's weird that R* would make the maximum amount so low. It's definitely a lot of money, but not when your game has it's own stock market.

 

They didn't make it that "low".

 

It's at that limit because the 360 and PS3, as 32-bit computers, are literally incapable of comprehending a number higher than that.

Edited by Agni

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briandesu

I'm genuinely surprised that some of you are actually hitting this limit. I feel like I need to step up my game!

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Mr. BROver

I'm sorry but there's more money which you can store.

 

3.1415926535897932384626433832795028841971693993751058209749445923078164062862089986280348253421170679$

 

Lol if you spotted the decimal.

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Lethal Vaccine

Why would anyone want anymore. 1 billion is enough to buy all the businesses, clothes, guns and cars which could be fully modified and still have around half left for the jets and boats. You'd never need that much especially if you making a million a week from all the assets.

 

Nothing more, but this. That is how I see it, too. As long as you got near the 1 billion dollar range, you can mod dozens of vehicles to the fullest, buy all the properties, planes, boats, helicopters, cars, etc. And you won't run out as each week from your assets if you do those missions, you get around 1 million or more dollars. It never runs out...2.1 billion is just rediculous and un-needed. Why would someone even want more than 2.1 billion? That's just retarded.

 

"Hey guys, I got 9999999999999999999999999 dollar, too bad I only need 1/100,000,000 of this to do everything in the game."

 

Nonsensical, imo. No one needs that much money, especially in Single Player.

 

It's weird that R* would make the maximum amount so low. It's definitely a lot of money, but not when your game has it's own stock market.

 

They didn't make it that "low".

 

It's at that limit because the 360 and PS3, as 32-bit computers, are literally incapable of comprehending a number higher than that.

 

 

In GTA IV you could have "999,999,999"

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recen

 

Why would anyone want anymore. 1 billion is enough to buy all the businesses, clothes, guns and cars which could be fully modified and still have around half left for the jets and boats. You'd never need that much especially if you making a million a week from all the assets.

 

Nothing more, but this. That is how I see it, too. As long as you got near the 1 billion dollar range, you can mod dozens of vehicles to the fullest, buy all the properties, planes, boats, helicopters, cars, etc. And you won't run out as each week from your assets if you do those missions, you get around 1 million or more dollars. It never runs out...2.1 billion is just rediculous and un-needed. Why would someone even want more than 2.1 billion? That's just retarded.

 

"Hey guys, I got 9999999999999999999999999 dollar, too bad I only need 1/100,000,000 of this to do everything in the game."

 

Nonsensical, imo. No one needs that much money, especially in Single Player.

That's right. No one need so much. But it's kinda like in the real world. It doesn't matter how much you have. A little bit more would be nicer....

I wounded why there aren't any interest o.o

 

And they new exactly how much money you can get in the game without a editor. If you save all your money, spend as less as possible you can get with the help from Lester up to 1.8 - 2.0 billion ;)

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I will pwn you newbs

Didn't people have way more than this online in the hacked money days?

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recen

Didn't people have way more than this online in the hacked money days?

Sure. Online you can get more than that.

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Neuling2000

 

It's weird that R* would make the maximum amount so low. It's definitely a lot of money, but not when your game has it's own stock market.

 

They didn't make it that "low".

 

It's at that limit because the 360 and PS3, as 32-bit computers, are literally incapable of comprehending a number higher than that.

 

No, this limit has nothing to do with the 32-bit system of PS3 or 360. GTA V has this 32-bit integer system. Rockstar could use a 64 bit integer and the maximum would increase to 9.223.372.036.854.775.807.

 

Btw I have over 1.5 trillion $, 2.147 billion cash and the rest is invested in stocks.

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yopitstank

id really like to see how you managed that....best I have done is after last lester mission and transferred to my account I had 2.147 bil in account and 1.28 bil in goldcoast stock until the stock dropped and my profit turned into 700 mill...can you post a pic of your portfolio and explain how you did that?

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twannie1997

I'm sorry but there's more money which you can store.

 

3.1415926535897932384626433832795028841971693993751058209749445923078164062862089986280348253421170679$

 

Lol if you spotted the decimal.

No. As you know ever since GTA was first announced, you cannot have decimal money.

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Neuling2000

id really like to see how you managed that....best I have done is after last lester mission and transferred to my account I had 2.147 bil in account and 1.28 bil in goldcoast stock until the stock dropped and my profit turned into 700 mill...can you post a pic of your portfolio and explain how you did that?

I started with 40 millions after the story and I made it to 200 millions with the last 3 Lester missions.

Then I traded with HAL and PIS and had over 1 billion after I sold it. I was very lucky to put all my money into Weazel when it was down at 1$. Now it is over 1000$ and I still have over 1 billion stocks.

In dezember I sold some Weazel stocks to trade with other stocks too. With Badger, Shark, Tinkle, Whiz, Vapid, HAL I increased my money to 500 or 600 billion $ without the Weazel stocks.

 

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