Infinity for types without infinite values
Infinitable introduces the notion of "infinity" and "negative infinity" to numeric types, such as integers, that do not have infinite values.
A representation of infinity is useful for graph algorithms such as Dijkstra's algorithm, as well as for representing a graph with an adjacency matrix.
use infinitable::*; let finite = Finite(5); let infinity = Infinity; let negative_infinity = NegativeInfinity; assert!(finite < infinity); assert!(finite > negative_infinity);
An "infinitable" value, one that can be either finite or infinite