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Re: +nan.0 problems
Aubrey Jaffer scripsit:
> SRFI-77 states:
> This SRFI regards +nan.0 as a real number whose value is so
> indeterminate that it might represent any real number within the
> closed interval [-inf.0,+inf.0].
Thanks for pointing this out. The SRFI is of course wrong: the paradigm
case of +nan.0 is (/ 0.0 0.0), and the value of this is not any of the
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