> NaN === NaNfalse
> typeof NaN'number'
* NaN stands for “not a number”
@aral NaN !== NaN is specified behaviour for IEEE floating point numbers, though, so that one's not JS' fault
@jack Well, heck, can we at least agree it’s someone’s fault? :)
It’s hard to make a case for x !== x
@clacke @aral btw if you want to have some fun with NaN and Inf, this is worth a watch: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5TFDG-y-EHs
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