No, what you're thinking of is googolplex which is 10^googol or 10^(10^100)
Originally Posted by braxton355
writing a googolplex in standard form (i.e., "10,000,000,000...") would be physically impossible, since doing so would require more space than the known universe provides.An average book of 60 cubic inches can be printed with 5×105 zeroes (5 characters per word, 10 words per line, 25 lines per page, 400 pages), or 8.3×103zeros per cubic inch. The observable (i.e. past light cone) universe contains 6×1083 cubic inches (4/3 × π × (14×109 light years in inches)3). This math implies that if the universe is stuffed with paper printed with 0's, it could contain only 5.3×1087 zeros—far short of a googol of zeros. In fact there are only about 2.5×1089elementary particles in the observable universe so even if one were to use an elementary particle to represent each digit, one would run out of particles well before reaching a googol of digits.
Also, 2147483647 last
(I really hope at least someone understands this)
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