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Originally posted by Thomas Markl: When I divide 10 / 0 then Exception „Divided by zero“ should appear as in example 1. Why doesn’t it apper in Example 2 with „double d“? And why POSITIVE Infinity?
Because it is usefull for the following reason: lim (x -> +0) (10/x) = positive infinity That is, the nearer x gets to zero, the bigger gets 10/x
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