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    Quote Originally Posted by Kondibon View Post
    infinite storage space.
    so they already fixed the 65000 limit bug?

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    Quote Originally Posted by oratank View Post
    so they already fixed the 65000 limit bug?
    You left a word off. I said effectively infinite. I can't imagine anything you actually need more than 65000 of and wouldn't be using constantly.

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    i didn't nitpicking i ask a real question D:

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    Quote Originally Posted by oratank View Post
    i didn't nitpicking i ask a real question D:
    Fair enough. I have no idea though. I don't even know how the bug works.

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    It's not a bug. Sega either uses 16bit integers to store size of a stack, which has a hard cap of 65535 and they decided to cut it at 65000 as a round number to avoid overflowing, or while they can allow stacks to reach 4.294.967.295, they decided to settle for a smaller number which is workable with 16bit calculations too, because 10 digits do not fit in the UI at that place.

    Either way, it's a intentional limitation by design.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dark Mits View Post
    It's not a bug. Sega either uses 16bit integers to store size of a stack, which has a hard cap of 65535 and they decided to cut it at 65000 as a round number to avoid overflowing, or while they can allow stacks to reach 4.294.967.295, they decided to settle for a smaller number which is workable with 16bit calculations too, because 10 digits do not fit in the UI at that place.

    Either way, it's a intentional limitation by design.
    That's what I figured. That's usually why items end up capping at weird numbers. That's still more than you would ever need of anything.

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