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Wags21-Jun-09 7:55
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I think that the standard states that NaN may be treated as not being equal to NaN - which seems fair as operations resulting in NaN are NOT returning an an actual numerical value. .NET does however treat them as equal when using Equals() but not when using ==.

I can't see how x.Equals(x) can evaluate to false for real numbers (whatever the implementation) when the 2 operands are references to the same object.

Do you think that MSDN is really just saying not to rely on it - even when referencing the same object? (If so it would be useful if they stated thay some other comparison should be used with reference to Epsilon.)

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