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"Avi Gross" <avigross at verizon.net>: > A NaN is a bit like a black hole. Anything thrown in disappears and > that is about all we know about it. No two black holes are the same > even if they seem to have the same mass, spin and charge. All they > share is that we don't know what is in them. Then, how do you explain: >>> float("nan") != float("nan") True Why's that not False? Marko

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