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Does anyone know how to find the maximum and minimum values of a float in C++? In Java, there are simple macros like Float.MAX_VALUE. I'm hoping for some kind of C++ equivalent. mike http://www.coolgroups.com/

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Original post by MaulingMonkey
#include <limits>
std::numeric_limits< float >::min();
std::numeric_limits< float >::max();



Yeah, and hopefully you're not writing a Windows application or else you'll have a lot of fun with that stupid max() macro hiding the max() from std::numeric_limits .... grrr.

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Yeah, and hopefully you're not writing a Windows application or else you'll have a lot of fun with that stupid max() macro hiding the max() from std::numeric_limits .... grrr.


#define NOMINMAX
#include <windows.h>

MSDN: PRB: Using STL in Windows Program Can Cause Min/Max Conflicts

Alternatively, add this #define on a project build settings level.

Alternatively, #undef them.

#ifdef min
#undef min
#endif //def min

#ifdef max
#undef max
#endif //def max

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