# CONSTANTS

## Maximum float value

``float a = MAXFLOAT;``

This constant represents the maximum value that is not infinity for a single precision float scalar.

## Huge float value

``float a = HUGE_VALF;``

This constant represents the positive infinity value for a single precision float scalar.

## Infinity

``float a = INFINITY;``

This constant represents positive or unsigned infinity value for a single precision float scalar.

## Not a number

``float a = NAN;``

This constant represents a quiet NAN value for a single precision float scalar.

## Euler’s number

``float a = M_E_F;``

This constant represents Euler’s number for a single precision float scalar.

## Binary logarithm of Euler’s number

``float a = M_LOG2E_F;``

This constant represents the binary logarithm of Euler’s number for a single precision float scalar.

## Decimal logarithm of Euler’s number

``float a = M_LOG10E_F;``

This constant represents the decimal logarithm of Euler’s number for a single precision float scalar.

## Natural logarithm of two

``float a = M_LN2_F;``

This constant represents the natural logarithm of the number 2 for a single precision float scalar.

## Natural logarithm of two

``float a = M_LN10_F;``

This constant represents the natural logarithm of the number 10 for a single precision float scalar.

## Pi

``float a = M_PI_F;``

This constant represents the number π for a single precision float scalar.

## Pi divided by two

``float a = M_PI_2_F;``

This constant represents the number π / 2 for a single precision float scalar.

## Pi divided by four

``float a = M_PI_4_F;``

This constant represents the number π / 4 for a single precision float scalar.

## One divided by pi

``float a = M_1_PI_F;``

This constant represents the number 1 / π for a single precision float scalar.

## Two divided by pi

``float a = M_2_PI_F;``

This constant represents the number 2 / π for a single precision float scalar.

## Two divided by square root of pi

``float a = M_2_SQRTPI_F;``

This constant represents the number 2 / √π for a single precision float scalar.

## Square root of two

``float a = M_SQRT2_F;``

This constant represents the number √2 for a single precision float scalar.

## One divided by square root of two

``float a = M_SQRT1_2_F;``

This constant represents the number 1 / √2 for a single precision float scalar.

## Maximum float value

``half a = MAXHALF;``

This constant represents the maximum value that is not infinity for a half precision float scalar.

## Huge float value

``half a = HUGE_VALH;``

This constant represents the positive infinity value for a half precision float scalar.

## Euler’s number

``half a = M_E_H;``

This constant represents Euler’s number for a half precision float scalar.

## Binary logarithm of Euler’s number

``half a = M_LOG2E_H;``

This constant represents the binary logarithm of Euler’s number for a half precision float scalar.

## Decimal logarithm of Euler’s number

``half a = M_LOG10E_H;``

This constant represents the decimal logarithm of Euler’s number for a half precision float scalar.

## Natural logarithm of two

``half a = M_LN2_H;``

This constant represents the natural logarithm of the number 2 for a half precision float scalar.

## Natural logarithm of two

``half a = M_LN10_H;``

This constant represents the natural logarithm of the number 10 for a half precision float scalar.

## Pi

``half a = M_PI_H;``

This constant represents the number π for a half precision float scalar.

## Pi divided by two

``half a = M_PI_2_H;``

This constant represents the number π / 2 for a half precision float scalar.

## Pi divided by four

``half a = M_PI_4_H;``

This constant represents the number π / 4 for a half precision float scalar.

## One divided by pi

``half a = M_1_PI_H;``

This constant represents the number 1 / π for a half precision float scalar.

## Two divided by pi

``half a = M_2_PI_H;``

This constant represents the number 2 / π for a half precision float scalar.

## Two divided by square root of pi

``half a = M_2_SQRTPI_H;``

This constant represents the number 2 / √π for a half precision float scalar.

## Square root of two

``half a = M_SQRT2_H;``

This constant represents the number √2 for a half precision float scalar.

## One divided by square root of two

``half a = M_SQRT1_2_H;``

This constant represents the number 1 / √2 for a half precision float scalar.