JavaScript | Infinity Property

The Infinity Property used to display Infinity when the floating point no.’s upper limit is exceeded and -Infinity when the floating point no.’s lower limit is exceeded. Here, Infinity denotes Positive Infinity and -Infinity represents Negative Infinity.

Syntax:

floating point no.

Return Value: It returns Infinity to represent Positive Infinity and -Infinity to represent Negative Infinity.

Example:

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<!DOCTYPE html>
<html>
  
<head>
    <style>
        h1 {
            color: green;
        }
    </style>
</head>
  
<body>
    <center>
        <h1>
          Geeks
      </h1>
        <button onclick="test()">
          Press
      </button>
        <p>
          3.4576917263943217389012348562315E+1203466 is
          the limit of a Floating Point Number.</p>
  
        <h4>
          Clicking the Press button will 
          showcase the Javascript Infinity Property.
      </h4>
  
        <p id="gfg"></p>
  
        <script>
            function test() {
                document.getElementById(
                  "gfg").innerHTML =
                  -3.4576917263943217389012348562315E+1203466 +
                  "<br>"
                  + 3.4576917263943217389012348562315E+1203466;
            }
        </script>
    </center>
</body>
  
</html>

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Output:
Before Click:

After Click:

Browser Support: The listed browsers support JavaScript Infinity property-

  • Google Chrome
  • Firefox
  • Internet Explorer
  • Opera
  • Safari


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