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What tha'' hell means -1.#UND0 ?? M$ VC++ 6.0 show this value to me in the debug windows; That sh**t value it is appearing in some of my float variables by magic: when debugging step by step, the value of certain float variables changes misserably to -1.#UND0 even if the code I''m executing does not uses/touches the affected variable? What is going on??!! Has someone had any similar experience? /\ /__\ C.Z. Hagen I want to play with MetallicA!

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I''m guessing it means "undefined," though I don''t know how to generate it. Taking the sqrt of -1 returns a "-1.#IND" (sometimes called a "quiet NaN") to indicate an impossible value without throwing an exception. Dunno though. I''ll look around.

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