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Give examples of floating point arithmetic operations that would produce each of the exceptional values Inf and NaN.

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Give examples of floating point arithmetic operations that would produce each of the exceptional values: Inf and NaN.
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FLT_MAX*FLT_MAX
Inf - Inf
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is Inf defined in any header file?
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No, but it can be produced with FLT_MAX*FLT_MAX
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