A.  Prints an exception error

B.  Prints an overflow error

C.  Displays “Infinity”

D.  Prints the value as such

Correct Answer :
Displays “Infinity”
Explanation :

When the result of a numeric operation is larger than the largest representable number (overflow), the result is a special infinity value, which JavaScript prints as Infinity. Similarly, when a negative value becomes larger than the largest representable negative number, the result is negative infinity, printed as -Infinity. The infinite values behave as you would expect: adding, subtracting, multiplying, or dividing them by anything results in an infinite value (possibly with the sign reversed.

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