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The nextUp
method will return the next adjacent number (floating-point value) of the argument in the direction of positive Infinity
.
float Math.nextUp(float num);
double Math.nextUp(double num);
num
: The number for which the next adjacent number in the direction of positive Infinity
is to be returned. The num
can be either float
or double
.The nextUp()
method returns the next adjacent number of the argument in the direction of positive Infinity
.
It returns NaN
.
Method returns Float.MIN_VAL
if the argument type is float
and the value of the argument is 0
.
It returns Double.MIN_VAL
if the argument type is double and the value of the argument is 0
.
nextUp()
returns Infinity
if the argument passed is POSITIVE_INFINITY
.
class HelloWorld {public static void main( String args[] ) {float num = 10.0f; // we can als use double type with Math.nextUpSystem.out.println("Math.nextUp(10.0) = " + Math.nextUp(num));num = 10.999999f;System.out.println("Math.nextUp(10.999999f) = " + Math.nextUp(num));num = (1.0f/0.0f); // positive infinitySystem.out.println("Math.nextUp(1.0/0.0) = " + Math.nextUp(num));num = 0;System.out.println("Math.nextUp(0) = " + Math.nextUp(num));System.out.println("Math.nextUp(0) == Float.MIN_VALUE :" + (Math.nextUp(num) == Float.MIN_VALUE));}}
In the code above, we used the Math.nextUp
function to find the next adjacent floating-point value of the arguments in the direction of negative infinity.
For the number 10.0
, the next adjacent floating-point value in the positive infinity direction is 10.000001
.
For the number 10.999999
, the next adjacent floating-point value in the positive infinity direction is 11.0
.
For the number (1.0/0.0)
(POSITIVE_INFINITY
), the next adjacent floating-point value in the positive infinity direction is Infinity
.
For the number 0
, the next adjacent floating-point in the positive infinity direction value is Float.MIN_VALUE
(1.4E-45).
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Grokking Modern System Design Interview for Engineers & Managers
Ace your System Design Interview and take your career to the next level. Learn to handle the design of applications like Netflix, Quora, Facebook, Uber, and many more in a 45-min interview. Learn the RESHADED framework for architecting web-scale applications by determining requirements, constraints, and assumptions before diving into a step-by-step design process.