Infinity

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The two infinities are now valid values to be used as the upper and lower numeric limits. The infinity symbol () is entered from the keyboard using the key combination Alt-f. The other infinity is obtained from the positive form by preceding it with a negative symbol (¯∞).

For example,

      ⌊/⍬


      ⌈/⍬
¯∞


      9*999


      ÷0


      ÷¯∞ ∞
0 0


      ('<',a),a⍪a∘.<a←¯∞ 0 ∞
  < ¯∞ 0 ∞
 ¯∞  0 1 1
  0  0 0 1
  ∞  0 0 0


Also, see the description of the system variable ⎕IC (Indeterminate Control) for a way to control how infinity along with other indeterminates are handled.

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