The negative of a NaN produces a large number


I’m feeding a an NaN into a negative component and it is outputting a very large number. I’m thinking the negative component doesn’t have exception handling for this?

I also noticed that a NaN can be turned into a 0 by feeding it into a one over X component, what is causing this?


1 Like

You discovered the God particle my good man :rofl:
The philosopher’s stone

creatio ex nihilo

Yeah it must not handle it correctly. Bit weird as usually NaNs turn everything they touch into more NaNs, so I must be doing something very wrong.