From: George Greer (
Date: 03/05/01

On Mon, 5 Mar 2001, Peter Ajamian wrote:

[...NOTHING, NOWHERE, NOBODY defines...]

>Most places where these values are tested do so to avoid crashing the
>MUD by indexing an array with a negative value.

The only reason they ever get a negative value is because NOWHERE, NOTHING,
and NOBODY are -1.  Therefore, every other value will be a valid array
index; see real_room().  I was thinking someone might want 65535 as their
N/N/N value to get twice as many zones as the standard.

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