I didn’t know opening a black hole from code was an option?

Anyway, the limit goes -inf if approached from the other end. And since there can’t be concepts more opposite than +inf and -inf, I’d say mathematicians are right when the say there is no answer.

Furthermore x/x doesn’t approach anything. It’s just 1. So does that mean 0/0=1? it does not, look it up

If it does, I can make a division by 0 equal any number. How about 12? 12x/x=12, done!

And what would that mean for the theory that a division by 0 equals any kind of infinity?

Unless of course we’re talking about a Riemann sphere, in which case infinity is unsigned, like 0, because the numbers wrap around from positive to negative there, like at 0.

I apologize for the deviation though, as I don’t think this is generated by code written by Storj Labs to begin with, but rather a quirk of the underlying language/packages used. So it’s not like it’s something they can “fix” and we could argue about whether it should be fixed to begin with. Math and standards say it should return either an error or a NaN value though.

Wouldn’t be good for the Storj value if someone suddenly had infinite STORJ though