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blk95ta

$9,223,372,036,854,775,808

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Rinsaf

Noticed that earlier, 9 quintillion dollars lmao...

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maschil

lol... thx will be messaging him tommorow for a lifetime stimulus

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HowsItGoingM8

legit, bought cash cards

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SAVILLAIN

its warren buffet

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uhlinyaface

They must have done a lot of grinding to amass that fortune. Totally legit.

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Rinsaf

its warren buffet

 

The richest people in the world wouldnt be able to cash card that lol, it'd be like 180 billion quid approx worth of cash cards... if I did it right in my head...

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Shaundi.

Isn't that JohnMcLaneNYPD? :p

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Omnifarious

Dat hack.

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bipolarzebra

lmao to this entire thread. not going to quote everyone

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blk95ta

to put it into perspective... @ $50 per $3.5M worth of cash cards, that = $1,317,624,576,693 or roughly 1/12 of the US national debt :lol:

 

if i calculated it right.

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Khaos89

 

its warren buffet

 

The richest people in the world wouldnt be able to cash card that lol, it'd be like 180 billion quid approx worth of cash cards... if I did it right in my head...

 

It would be approx 10x the amount he has, considering you get around $1.25m for £13.

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Omnifarious

 

its warren buffet

 

The richest people in the world wouldnt be able to cash card that lol, it'd be like 180 billion quid approx worth of cash cards... if I did it right in my head...

 

The Rothschild family. Dad alone is worth 500 trillion.

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Rinsaf

 

 

its warren buffet

 

The richest people in the world wouldnt be able to cash card that lol, it'd be like 180 billion quid approx worth of cash cards... if I did it right in my head...

 

The Rothschild family. Dad alone is worth 500 trillion.

 

 

While that family certainly have considerably more money than the typical forbes top 10 richest people, they do not have wealth of that magnitude :p

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EyeMacHunt

If Gina Rinehart had the amount she would still spend it all on meat pies.

 

Gina-Rinehart-Fairfax-graphic.jpg

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UnicornAssassin

 

 

its warren buffet

 

The richest people in the world wouldnt be able to cash card that lol, it'd be like 180 billion quid approx worth of cash cards... if I did it right in my head...

 

The Rothschild family. Dad alone is worth 500 trillion.

 

 

Surely not.

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Masochron

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JohnMcClainNYPD

Isn't that JohnMcLaneNYPD? :p

 

lol, no I posted that profile earlier. Definitely not mine.

 

Interesting enough, 9223372036854775808 is probably the biggest number you can have in the money column.

 

If you google: 9223372036854775808, you get some interesting results.

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Shayd80

steve-jobs-and-bill-gates-remember-when-

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Jolly Swagman

If Gina Rinehart had the amount she would still spend it all on meat pies.

 

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Absolute lies.

 

Gina would somehow manipulate the government into buying her that many pies and hold onto her money. She would then write an editorial in a News Limited paper calling the rest of Australia lazy and ungrateful for not buying her sauce.

 

This would be followed up by an announcement that she is taking civil action against her children to take full ownership of all pies and pie related assets until the children reach the age of 157 years old.

 

Tony Abbott will then rename Tasmania after her.

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LahTigre

If Gina Rinehart had the amount she would still spend it all on meat pies.

 

Gina-Rinehart-Fairfax-graphic.jpg

 

 

The other day I was listening to a podcast, and someone tried to explain wealth disparity by using time as a reference to put it in perspective. I'll paraphrase, but what he said as that a million seconds equals to about 11 days of time, while a billion seconds is roughly 32 YEARS. Think about that perspective.

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fofofofofofofofo

Didn't they say that since the console is 32-bit or x86(whatever), It can only go up to a huge number that starts with 2, and if your GTA Money went over that, it would become negative?

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PerceusSOZ

Didn't they say that since the console is 32-bit or x86(whatever), It can only go up to a huge number that starts with 2, and if your GTA Money went over that, it would become negative?

no, that value was the most you could obtain from an activity in one shot. And that number is precisely 2,147,463,847.

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Furry_Monkey

Didn't they say that since the console is 32-bit or x86(whatever), It can only go up to a huge number that starts with 2, and if your GTA Money went over that, it would become negative?

 

If they're unsigned integers then they can be (roughly) twice the size of a signed integer, since the first bit is not used to indicate whether it's -ive or +ive.

 

Signed integers can go from -2,147,483,648 to 2,147,483,647. If you try to store 2,147,483,647 + 1 it will become -2,147,483,648.

 

Unsigned integers can go up to 4,294,967,295. If you try to add 1 to that it will either cause an overflow or go back to 0 (or 1) - that all depends on the environment.

 

Saying that though, just because a processor is 32-bit, that doesn't mean that you can only go up to numbers that size. Software will handle numbers far greater than that size. It's all to do with what variable type was used to store the number when it was coded (both app and database - the smallest limit being the actual limit).

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mister2au
Saying that though, just because a processor is 32-bit, that doesn't mean that you can only go up to numbers that size. Software will handle numbers far greater than that size. It's all to do with what variable type was used to store the number when it was coded (both app and database - the smallest limit being the actual limit).

 

And hardware will also handle it. 32-bit CPUs typically have some 64-bit registers that can be used for basic 64-bit maths as well (even though the internal calculations are 32-bits at a time)

 

I think (from memory) the Intel MMX extensions had these since the late 90s so it's pretty common these days.

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Furry_Monkey

 

Saying that though, just because a processor is 32-bit, that doesn't mean that you can only go up to numbers that size. Software will handle numbers far greater than that size. It's all to do with what variable type was used to store the number when it was coded (both app and database - the smallest limit being the actual limit).

 

And hardware will also handle it. 32-bit CPUs typically have some 64-bit registers that can be used for basic 64-bit maths as well (even though the internal calculations are 32-bits at a time)

 

I think (from memory) the Intel MMX extensions had these since the late 90s so it's pretty common these days.

 

Yeah, handling a 64-bit address and handling a number in software are 2 very different things, aren't they. But either way, that number's strange because it's either the wrong sign, or it's 1 too many. 64-bit integers don't go that high.

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senormidget

 

Didn't they say that since the console is 32-bit or x86(whatever), It can only go up to a huge number that starts with 2, and if your GTA Money went over that, it would become negative?

 

If they're unsigned integers then they can be (roughly) twice the size of a signed integer, since the first bit is not used to indicate whether it's -ive or +ive.

 

Signed integers can go from -2,147,483,648 to 2,147,483,647. If you try to store 2,147,483,647 + 1 it will become -2,147,483,648.

 

Unsigned integers can go up to 4,294,967,295. If you try to add 1 to that it will either cause an overflow or go back to 0 (or 1) - that all depends on the environment.

 

Saying that though, just because a processor is 32-bit, that doesn't mean that you can only go up to numbers that size. Software will handle numbers far greater than that size. It's all to do with what variable type was used to store the number when it was coded (both app and database - the smallest limit being the actual limit).

 

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LuapYllier

I thought that was the number of asshats that think they should still have their legit cash after keeping the millions in assets they bought with gift money.

If Gina Rinehart had the amount she would still spend it all on meat pies.

 

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she made my months salary in the time it took me to read the image. :(

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