128 is a positive integer equal to 27 = 223-1. It is notable in computer science for being the absolute value of the minimum value of an 8-bit signed integer.

It can be named sextwo with the -wo series.

Sbiis Saibian calls 128 binary-pipsqueak and binary-cheese mite.[1]

Since 74 + 6 × 9 = 128, it is also the number of protons in tungsten hexafluoride, the heaviest known gas under standard conditions.

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