two friends in high school

[color=red]1-I had two friends in high school who are millionaires now.
[color=indigo]2-I had two friends in high school, who are millionaires now.

Does 1 imply that I had more than two friends in high school?
Does 2 imply that I only had two friends in high school?

Gratefully,
Navi.

Yes I think you are perfectly correct.

I think you use these sentences in a conversation it makes sense to explain what exactly you want to say. For example, you could give the names of the two friends who are now millionaires.[YSaerTTEW443543]

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True, it is unusual to only have two friends in high school, so it would be more clear to say “I only had two friends in high school, both of whom are now millionaires.”

That’s a great suggestion, T. J.[YSaerTTEW443543]

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