That's an odd number to choose... XD But thanks :biggrin.gif:
It's probably not as odd as you think. A 7-bit number can go from 0 to 128. There is most likely not a level 0. If you haven't leveled up at all, you simply don't have a level. As soon as the bar fills, you start at level 1. A 7-bit number goes from 0 to 128, so there are 129 possibilities (128 + 1, because 0 is also a possibility).
This is what I assume, because it sounds logical. I'd have to take a look at the source code to see whether this is true, or Notch is just being weird.
I got this hack/mod thing or whatever you want to call it that lets you edit your level its really easy to use its called nbtedit yes it does work for mp its not a virus after your done installing it link: http://www.mediafire.com/?znjnnz4mw2n just launch it open the files go into level.dat go to xp click on xp enter in a number be sure to press enter and save and your done.For multiplayer do the same thing but go into your world and into players then just open that file with nbtedit
Theoretically, it could be infinite, but as said above it's limited to the 32 bit integer used for it, so 2^31 is the max levels you can have. Kind of like how the map is theoretically infinite, but after X/Z of 2^31 it won't generate anymore, and at X/Z of 10^308 the integer that stores the player position overflows.
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