[whatwg] Canvas Zero/NaN/Infinity issues
darin at apple.com
Wed May 16 11:22:15 PDT 2007
On May 16, 2007, at 11:17 AM, Philip Taylor wrote:
> Existing implementations seem to try converting the value into a JS
> number, which will always give a floating-point value, and that's
> just NaN if the conversion is not possible (e.g. from an object, or
> undefined, or a string that can't be parsed as a number). In that
> case, there aren't really non-floating point values at all - there
> are just values that get numberised into NaN before being passed to
> the canvas API and are then handled by case 1.
Sounds great. If we can be clear that passing values to these
properties and functions does a numeric conversion that turns such
things into NaN, then all is well. I don't know where that rule
should be stated.
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