Comments (11)

  1. Łukasz Foks says:

    This number represent: available IPv6 addresses (3,4 x 10^38).

    Best regards

    Łukasz Foks

    Polish Windows Home Server Blog "serwer w domu!"

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  2. Hafthor says:

    2^128 – number of possible C# decimal numbers.

  3. Blake Handler says:

    Poor right justification? (^_^)

  4. hafthor says:

    Okay, IPv6 addresses also, but if you are going to show the exact number, make sure to discount it for special addresses which aren’t really available, like the 6to4 range, fec0::/10 and such.

    128 bit currency type is also available to VB.NET. GUIDs are also 128 bit.

  5. Keith Combs says:

    The number of possible margarita combinations that are available in a normal human lifetime.

  6. Shay says:

    Bill Gates’s bank account balance 🙂

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    Shay Levi

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  7. Tim Barrett says:

    The number of calories in a plate of Outback Steakhouse Cheese Fies (carry the decimal for a Bloomin’ Onion).

    -Tim

  8. absoblogginlutely says:

    number of windows crash reports sent to Microsoft 😉

  9. Anonymous says:

    Last post, I presented you with a challenge number: 340,282,366,920,938,463,463,374,607,431,768,211,456

  10. TinMan says:

    I know! Possible number of combinations for my password. XD

  11. Dave says:

    The number of unique IP addresses using IPv6