A number so large it cannot be voiced.
Similar to INT, smallINT, HUGEint, tinyINT, bigINT as used in Microsoft SQL Server 2000 to define datatypes in queries.
When declaring an variable in TSQL: @example gargantuINT (G)
@example2 char(9) is a type already.
A person who attacks a network or system with the intent of covering up or finding holes in security; unless you offend them. Then they attack it with the intent of destroying data, or wrecking the system. A combination of a Hacker and Cracker. A hacker is for good purposes (by definition) and a Cracker has malicious intent.
A business hires a Chacker to find holes in security, but then tells hime he won't be making as much as promised. He then finds all of the holes, exploits them, and makes them bigger and easier to get through.
Better word for infinity except not as lame. Can be used to describe volume and size as well as time and stupidity.
"The sky is not the limit... Gargantuinity is the limit." -Eric
To gargantuinity.... and BEYOND!....
"not it times gargantuinity" see? that sounds MUCH cooler.
"that building goes on for gargantuinity!!"
"the volume that would take up is almost gargantuinity"
"time = gargantuinity"