JavaScript Number MAX_VALUE Property

The Number.MAX_VALUE property returns the largest number possible in JavaScript.

To get the maximum number in JavaScript, you can use the Number.MAX_VALUE property.







The Number. MAX_VALUE returns the maximum number 1.7976931348623157e+308 in JavaScript.

This value represents the largest positive finite number that can be represented in JavaScript and is a property of the Number object.

However, it’s important to note that JavaScript uses a floating-point number system, which means that some arithmetic operations may not produce exact results, especially when dealing with large or small numbers. This can lead to precision errors and unexpected behavior in your code.

JavaScript also has a special value called Infinity, representing a value greater than a Number.MAX_VALUE. If you try to perform a mathematical operation that results in a value larger than a Number.MAX_VALUE, the result will be set to Infinity.

That’s it.

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