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Deductive verification has been successful in verifying interesting properties of real-world programs. One notable gap is the limited support for floating-point reasoning. This is unfortunate, as floating-point arithmetic is particularly unintuitive to reason about due to rounding as well as the presence of the special values infinity and 'Not a Number' (NaN). In this paper, we present the first floating-point support in a deductive verification tool for the Java programming language. OurarXiv:2101.08733v1 fatcat:gbpg7i5v2fanje46m7nfj52rli