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Why do some ranges have so many values? For example:

 [0, 2,147,483,647]
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up vote 3 down vote accepted

Because this is not FORTRAN, spaces are significant and commas are allowed in integers.

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That basically says "positive integers"

It is... unlikely that anything on StackOverflow is actually 2 billion+ anything.

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You have to allow some headroom for Jon Skeet's rep. – Dennis Williamson Jun 24 '10 at 22:50

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