Classical

Limits

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  1. noun the final, utmost, or furthest boundary or point as to extent, amount, continuance, procedure, etc.: the limit of his experience; the limit of vision. a boundary or bound, as of a country, area, or district.
  2. The limit of a function is the value that f (x) gets closer to as x approaches some number.
  3. Limit, mathematical concept based on the idea of closeness, used primarily to assign values to certain functions at points where no values are defined, in such a way as to be consistent with nearby values. For example, the function (x2 − 1)/ (x − 1) is not defined when x is 1, because division by zero is not a valid mathematical operation.
  4. determiner - A word that limits or indicates the scope of a noun. modifier, qualifier - A word or phrase that limits or qualifies the sense of another is a modifier or qualifier. temper - Originally a proportionate mixture, is from Latin temperare, "to mix correctly; regulate" or "to keep within limits.".
  5. Synonyms for limits in Free Thesaurus. Antonyms for limits. synonyms for limit: end, bound, ultimate, deadline, utmost, breaking point, termination, extremity.
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  8. This header defines constants with the limits of fundamental integral types for the specific system and compiler implementation used. The limits for fundamental floating-point types are defined in (). The limits for width-specific integral types and other typedef types are defined in (). Macro constants.

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