### Author Topic: A VVVVVV wiki and fansite  (Read 55544 times)

#### Chillius

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##### Re: A VVVVVV wiki and fansite
« Reply #75 on: May 05, 2013, 05:05:27 AM »
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#### ToasterApocalypse

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##### Re: A VVVVVV wiki and fansite
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#### N

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#### blue626

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##### Re: A VVVVVV wiki and fansite
« Reply #78 on: May 31, 2013, 03:16:23 PM »
"Bump" because someone made an interesting edit recently...
That person apparently saw my post in the middle of the Internal Commands thread (did that person read all ≈640 replies?!), where I said that the Polar dimension would be probably 264x264 in size, thus having 2128=3.403x1038 rooms. That is wrong. As someone said in the "Polar Dimension" thread, it's most likely 232x232. That is 264 and, like I calculated in the original post in "Internal commands", that's 1.845x1019. I'll change the value to the correct one, as that's a good idea. Before the edit, it had no specified size, even saying that it could either be only one room or infinite rooms.
Strangely enough, the same person changed the number of "Outer Space" rooms, which was previously "At least one", to "2999(...)99943". I assume that was equal to 3x1038-57 (the number of rooms in the Polar Dimension excluding Outer Space is 57). Why would the decimal part of the number (without counting with the 1038) be ignored? Why subtract that large number (which wasn't even correct) with that small number, writing all the 9s?
I'll replace it with 264-57≈1.845x1019. That's considering x and y dimensions really are each 32-int integers... they most likely are.

#### alek

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##### Re: A VVVVVV wiki and fansite
« Reply #79 on: June 01, 2013, 07:36:08 AM »
"Bump" because someone made an interesting edit recently...
That person apparently saw my post in the middle of the Internal Commands thread (did that person read all ≈640 replies?!), where I said that the Polar dimension would be probably 264x264 in size, thus having 2128=3.403x1038 rooms. That is wrong. As someone said in the "Polar Dimension" thread, it's most likely 232x232. That is 264 and, like I calculated in the original post in "Internal commands", that's 1.845x1019. I'll change the value to the correct one, as that's a good idea. Before the edit, it had no specified size, even saying that it could either be only one room or infinite rooms.
Strangely enough, the same person changed the number of "Outer Space" rooms, which was previously "At least one", to "2999(...)99943". I assume that was equal to 3x1038-57 (the number of rooms in the Polar Dimension excluding Outer Space is 57). Why would the decimal part of the number (without counting with the 1038) be ignored? Why subtract that large number (which wasn't even correct) with that small number, writing all the 9s?
I'll replace it with 264-57≈1.845x1019. That's considering x and y dimensions really are each 32-int integers... they most likely are.

Well, I'm confused now