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How to return a null pointer in c++
The expression "return NaN" is not valid!

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return NULL


return 0;
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[no name] 17-Apr-12 5:08am    
Does it get any easier?
Sumal.V 17-Apr-12 5:14am    
Null, nullptr or 0 returns "0". But I have to return NaN! Are they all the same? Just wondering when there is an expression to check Nan ie: _isnan there should be something to return the same.

[no name] 17-Apr-12 5:20am    
You cannot return a NaN as such e.g 1/0. Sometimes -9999999999999 is returned to flag a NaN. Can you post some code to see what you are trying to do?
Sumal.V 17-Apr-12 5:26am    
Okay. Its a piece of code from the vincenty Inverse Solution. This is in Java script

var iterLimit = 100;

if (iterLimit==0) return NaN // formula failed to converge
Sumal.V 17-Apr-12 5:27am    
* There is a decrement operator for the iterLimit prior to this in a while loop

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