I found this rather humourous Tweet in which a computer issued a cheque for £2,324,252,080,110:
Thank you for our compensation payment @Northpowergrid for the several days we were without power following #stormarwen Before I bank the cheque however, are you 100% certain you can afford this? #trillionpounds pic.twitter.com/z5MNc2Nxl1
— Gareth Hughes (@gh230277) February 12, 2022
I wondered whether 2324252080110 was a common sort of mistake - like a 32 bit overflow - so I Googled the number:
Huh! It is rare that a search doesn't provide any results. A search for a similar number gives one result - albeit a spam page
Type in any random number and there's usually something - even if it's just a glitch result.
Every integer under a billion seems to be there (I didn't check exhaustively) - but once you get into the trillions, they become a lot less likely to appear. See:
Of course, by writing
2230101000000 on this page, it will eventually find its way into Google all-seeing index - the original number I searched for now leads to page full of results linking to news stories. It's a little like the interesting number paradox.
If you find a lower positive integer, with no results, please let me know!