## What are the float type special values?

The float data type defines two infinities: positive infinity and negative infinity.

The result of the dividing 3.25F by 0.0F is a float positive infinity.

The result of the dividing 3.25F by -0.0F is a float negative infinity.

Dividing 0.0F by 0.0F is indeterminate.

Indeterminate results are represented the float data type called NaN (Not-a-Number).

Java has a Float class which defines five constants that represent positive infinity, negative infinity, and NaN of the float data type.

float Constants | Meaning |
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Float.POSITIVE_INFINITY | Positive infinity of type float |

Float.NEGATIVE_INFINITY | Negative infinity of type float |

Float.NaN | Not a Number of type float |

Float.MAX_VALUE | The largest positive value that can be represented in a float variable. This is equal to 3.4 x 10^38 approx. |

Float.MIN_VALUE | The smallest positive value greater than zero that can be represented in a float variable. This is equal to 1.4 x 10^-45. |

## Demo

public class Main {
public static void main(**String**[] args) {
float f1 = **Float**.POSITIVE_INFINITY;
float f2 = **Float**.NEGATIVE_INFINITY;
float f3 = **Float**.NaN ;
float f4 = **Float**.MAX_VALUE;
float f5 = **Float**.MIN_VALUE;
**System**.out.println(f1);//from w w w.j a v a2 s .c om
**System**.out.println(f2);
**System**.out.println(f3);
**System**.out.println(f4);
**System**.out.println(f5);
}
}

## Result