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Alright... that makes sense enough. This is because computers do not really understand negative numbers, right?


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they do. it's in the binary.

it's not going to be any faster

just remember to choose the correct type, you don't want over flow. that means taht you've reached the max number and you go back to zero. that my friend would blow some serious balls


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Haha - Indeed. *knows one of his tables currently sitting on 155862968 records*

For interests sake, the signed range of a normal INT in MySQL is -2147483648 to 2147483647. The unsigned range is 0 to 4294967295.


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