Primitive
Value: Infinity
Infinity
In ECMAScript, Infinity is classified as a primitive value.
Infinity is a numeric value that represents positive infinity.
It is displayed, or printed out, when a very large positive number exceeds
the upper limit of the floating point numbers type which is 1.7976931348623157E+10^{308}.
Infinity is a numeric value that represents negative infinity.
It is displayed, or printed out, when a very large negative number exceeds
the lower limit of the floating point numbers type which is 1.7976931348623157E+10^{308}.
Also see number.NEGATIVE_INFINITY
and number.POSITIVE_INFINITY.
Code:
BigPosNum = 1.5E+339 * 2.4E+317
document.write("BigPosNum = " + BigPosNum)
Output:
BigNum = Infinity
Code:
BigNegNum = 1.5E+333
document.write("BigNegNum = " + BigNegNum)
Output:
BigNegNum = Infinity
NOTE:
In JavaScript, all numbers, including integers, are treated as floating
point numbers.
