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#### Undefined value

In computing (particularly, in programming), undefined value is a condition where an expression does not have a correct value, although it is syntactically correct. An undefined value must not be confused with empty string, Boolean "false" or other "empty" (but defined) values. Depending on circumstances, evaluation to an undefined value may lead to exception or undefined behaviour, but in some programming languages undefined values can occur during a normal, predictable course of program execution.#### Undefined variable

An undefined variable in the source code of a computer program is a variable that is accessed in the code but has not been declared by that code.#### Undefined (mathematics)

In mathematics, the term undefined is often used to refer to an expression which is not assigned an interpretation or a value (such as an indeterminate form, which has the possibility of assuming different values). The term can take on several different meanings depending on the context. For example: In various branches of mathematics, certain concepts are introduced as primitive notions (e.g., the terms "point", "line" and "plane" in geometry). As these terms are not defined in terms of other concepts, they may be referred to as "undefined terms". A function is said to be "undefined" at points outside of its domainfor example, the real-valued function is undefined for negative (i.e., it assigns no value to negative arguments). In algebra, some arithmetic operations may not assign a meaning to certain values of its operands (e.g., division by zero). In which case, the expressions involving such operands are termed "undefined". In square roots, square roots of any negative number are undefined because you can’t multiply 2 of the same positive nor negative number to get a negative number, like √-4, √-9, √-16 etc. (ex: 6x6=36 and -6x-6=36), unless complex numbers are considered.