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when i run this programme it outputs "false and F3=Nan" While answer says it should be f=4.2.
I am a bit confused which one is right and how, I just went through all the detail of Float.Nan and found that f=4.2 is right but why output is coming like F=Nan,
Please explain

Floating-point equality testing is performed in accordance with the rules of the IEEE 754 standard:

If either operand is NaN, then the result of == is false but the result of != is true. Indeed, the test x!=x is true if and only if the value of x is NaN. (The methods Float.isNaN and Double.isNaN may also be used to test whether a value is NaN.)

Positive zero and negative zero are considered equal. Therefore, -0.0==0.0 is true, for example.

Otherwise, two distinct floating-point values are considered unequal by the equality operators. In particular, there is one value representing positive infinity and one value representing negative infinity; each compares equal only to itself, and each compares unequal to all other values.

Subject to these considerations for floating-point numbers, the following rules then hold for integer operands or for floating-point operands other than NaN:

The value produced by the == operator is true if the value of the left-hand operand is equal to the value of the right-hand operand; otherwise, the result is false.

The value produced by the != operator is true if the value of the left-hand operand is not equal to the value of the right-hand operand; otherwise, the result is false.