NaN is an acronym in English for Not a Number used in computing and represents a value or symbol that is usually produced as a result of an invalid operation on the operands. NaNs are close to some undefined or indeterminate expressions in mathematics. The NaN is not really a number, but a symbol that represents a numerical quantity whose absolute value can not be determined by the Operating System.
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