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JavaScript NEGATIVE_INFINITY Property

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Example

Return negative infinity:

Number.NEGATIVE_INFINITY;

The result will be:

-Infinity

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Definition and Usage

The NEGATIVE_INFINITY property represents negative infinity.

Negative infinity can be explained as something that is lower than any other number.


Always Use Number.NEGATIVE_INFINITY

NEGATIVE_INFINITY a static property of the JavaScript Number object.

You can only use it as Number.NEGATIVE_INFINITY.

Using x.NEGATIVE_INFINITY, where x is a number or a Number object, will return undefined:

Example

var x = 100;
x.NEGATIVE_INFINITY;

The value of x will be:

undefined

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Browser Support

Property
NEGATIVE_INFINITY Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes

Syntax

Number.NEGATIVE_INFINITY;

Technical Details

Return Value: The numeric value: -Infinity
JavaScript Version: 1.1

Examples

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Example

Create a negative infinity:

var n = (-Number.MAX_VALUE) * 2;

The result of n will be:

-Infinity

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