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Map Size Limit For B.net?

Discussion in 'Map Development' started by Azzhay, Aug 11, 2006.

  1. Azzhay

    Azzhay

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    Whats the map size limit for b.net... why am i typing this? The title is self explanatory no?

    Isn't it something like 4MB? or 4.5? I Need to know the EXACT number.

    Thanks.
     
  2. Mini-Me

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    4 000 000 bytes.
     
  3. low-life

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    I thought it was 4mb
     
  4. Mecheon

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    4,194,304 bytes technically, one megabyte being 1,048,576 bytes

    So 4,194,304 bytes, which is 4 megabytes

    There's your exact number

    If you want more exact, its 33,554,432 bits of binary data, one byte being 8 bits

    Exact enough for you?
     
  5. Eggie Poo Poo

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    I'nnit 4.2 MB? Or to be exact follow mecheon's equation?