Whos-Drsaid: The limitation was never in Java though, which has supported native 64-bit integers since 2007 (both on x86 and x86-64 systems).
Yeah like when the total xp counter was first added and you pointed over it and gained xp it would not update and you had to move pointer away and back. Later it changed and the total xp counter would update as you gained xp in real time even when your total xp was over 2.2 billion+ so yes the system has been able to handle it for a long time.
Strontium2said: 90,000,000,000,000 xp [90thousand billion] is 90 trillion in uk. not quadrilliom. we haven't switched that I've heard.
I think what he might mean is that the old UK Trillion had 18 zeros and now it only has 12. The old Billion had 12 zeros and now it has 9, but not sure why he even brings up the old version because it got changed between 1950-1970 ish. and by 1974 the whole world was using the short version as standard.
No need for the xp cap to even go that high anytime soon and all it needs is another zero at the end of the 200m