So I'll start with this:
One billion to the one billionth power has 32 characters. We'll call this string
POWER. We'll refer to the value
1000000000^1000000000 as the constant
plus three minus two minus one has 25 characters. This evaluates to 0. We'll call this string
plus one plus six plus seven plus fifty has 32 characters. This evaluates to 64. We'll call this string
If we place the
POWER string, contact the
MINUS string a number of times equal to
BTB / 25 then we will have a string of length BTB + 32 and a value of BTB. We then add the string
PLUS to the end, and we have a length of BTB + 64 and a value of BTB + 64.
For the sake of stack exchange's servers, I have only defined the string, not actually written the string out.
You can repeat this process ad infinitum by tacking
to the twenty billionth power to the end of the
POWER string, and adding the appropriate number of
MINUS strings to compensate, since they both have 25 CAREacaters (that's characters we care about. Clever, no?) Remember that now that BTB has increased, we still put the
MINUS string BTB times, but we also remove an additional
MINUS string for every additional
to the twenty billionth power because we don't need to compensate for that anymore.