JavaScript Number.NEGATIVE_INFINITY

The Number.NEGATIVE_INFINITY property represents the negative infinity value.

The value of NEGATIVE_INFINITY is the same as the negative of a global object's Infinity property. It is the value that is lower than any number in JavaScript.

It is a non-writable, non-enumerable, and non-configurable property.

The syntax to access the NEGATIVE_INFINITY constant is:

Number.NEGATIVE_INFINITY

NEGATIVE_INFINITY is accessed using the Number class name.


Example: Using Number.NEGATIVE_INFINITY

value = Number.NEGATIVE_INFINITY;
console.log(value); // -Infinity

Output

-Infinity

Note: JavaScript displays the NEGATIVE_INFINITY value as -Infinity.


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