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#define NAN /*implementation defined*/ | (since C++11) |

The macro `NAN`

expands to constant expression of type `float`

which evaluates to a quiet not-a-number (QNaN) value. If the implementation does not support QNaNs, this macro constant is not defined.

There are many different NaN values, differentiated by their payloads and their sign bits. The contents of the payload and the sign bit of the NaN generated by the macro `NAN`

are implementation-defined.

(C++11)(C++11)(C++11) | not-a-number (NaN) (function) |

(C++11) | checks if the given number is NaN (function) |

[static] | identifies floating-point types that can represent the special value "quiet not-a-number" (NaN) (public static member constant of `std::numeric_limits` ) |

[static] | identifies floating-point types that can represent the special value "signaling not-a-number" (NaN) (public static member constant of `std::numeric_limits` ) |

[static] | returns a quiet NaN value of the given floating-point type (public static member function of `std::numeric_limits` ) |

[static] | returns a signaling NaN value of the given floating-point type (public static member function of `std::numeric_limits` ) |

C documentation for `NAN` |

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