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IEEE-754 defines the isNaN property, which determines if a value is NaN. However, it is also defined to be a non-signaling operation; calling isNaN on an sNaN will never result in a signaled failure. By contrast, equality testing may signal when given sNaN values. Now, GLSL explicitly states that signaling doesn't matter: Support for signaling NaNs is ...

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