/* Default `INFINITY' constant.
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# error "Never use <bits/inf.h> directly; include <math.h> instead."
/* If we don't have real infinity, then we're supposed to produce a float
value that overflows at translation time, which is required to produce
a diagnostic. GCC's __builtin_inff produces a quite nice diagnostic
that tells the user that the target doesn't support infinities. */
# define INFINITY (__builtin_inff())
# define INFINITY (1e9999f)