"An instance of [[Float]] representing positive infinity, \{#221E}, the result of dividing a positive number by zero. Negative infinity, -\{#221E}, the result of dividing a negative number by zero, is the additive inverse `-infinity`. Note that any floating-point computation that results in a positive value too large to be represented as a `Float` is \"rounded up\" to `infinity`. Likewise, any floating-point computation that yields a negative value whose magnitude is too large to be represented as a `Float` is \"rounded down\" to `-infinity`." tagged("Numbers") native shared Float infinity; native("jvm") shared Float infinity { import java.lang { Double } return Double.positiveInfinity; } native("js") shared Float infinity { dynamic { return \iInfinity; } }