### @xtuc/ieee754

popularRead/write IEEE754 floating point numbers from/to a Buffer or array-like object

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### @stdlib/math-base-assert-is-nan

popularTest if a double-precision floating-point numeric value is NaN.

Updated by @stdlib-bot

### @stdlib/constants-float64-ninf

Double-precision floating-point negative infinity.

Updated by @stdlib-bot

### @stdlib/math-base-assert-is-infinite

Test if a double-precision floating-point numeric value is infinite.

Updated by @stdlib-bot

### @stdlib/math-base-assert-is-negative-zero

Test if a double-precision floating-point numeric value is negative zero.

Updated by @stdlib-bot

### @stdlib/constants-float64-max-safe-integer

Maximum safe double-precision floating-point integer.

Updated by @stdlib-bot

### @stdlib/math-base-assert-is-positive-zero

Test if a double-precision floating-point numeric value is positive zero.

Updated by @stdlib-bot

### @stdlib/number-float64-base-get-high-word

Return an unsigned 32-bit integer corresponding to the more significant 32 bits of a double-precision floating-point number.

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### @stdlib/constants-float64-max

Maximum double-precision floating-point number.

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### @stdlib/math-base-special-ldexp

Multiply a double-precision floating-point number by an integer power of two.

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### @stdlib/constants-float64-exponent-bias

The bias of a double-precision floating-point number's exponent.

Updated by @stdlib-bot

### @stdlib/number-float64-base-from-words

Create a double-precision floating-point number from a higher order word and a lower order word.

Updated by @stdlib-bot

### @stdlib/number-float64-base-set-high-word

Set the more significant 32 bits of a double-precision floating-point number.

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### @stdlib/math-base-assert-is-nanf

Test if a single-precision floating-point numeric value is NaN.

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### @stdlib/math-base-special-copysign

Return a double-precision floating-point number with the magnitude of x and the sign of y.

Updated by @stdlib-bot

### @stdlib/number-float64-base-exponent

Return an integer corresponding to the unbiased exponent of a double-precision floating-point number.

Updated by @stdlib-bot