TDWTF - WTF
Today's story, "Sticking to the Method" had a script that returned an interesting value.
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What was the input that generated the NaN?
I think I entered 20 and then 4.5. I could see how NaN could come up if somehow there was absolutely no way to account for decimal values, but I'm not sure.
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