I don't want to quote you, making this thread more quote than text. And yes, I wanted to be provocative with the OP but not controversial.

My PC running Mathematica 10 I wont turn on ATM as the power supply is dirty and want to clean it first. I don't want to risk it blowing up and taking other components with it. I do believe it would render the same output as WolframAlpha from the same input.

Maple 2015 gives me "Error, numeric exception: division by zero" for the input: 1/0 .

With Google "Complex Infinity" I can get a link to a MATLAB definition"

complexInfinity represents the only non-complex point of the one-point compactification of the complex numbers.

Mathematically, complexInfinity is the north pole of the Riemann sphere, with the unit circle as equator and the point 0 at the south pole.

With respect to arithmetic, complexInfinity behaves like "1/0". In particular, non-zero complex numbers may be multiplied or divided by complexInfinity or 1/ complexInfinity. Adding complexInfinity to a finite number yields again complexInfinity.

With respect to arithmetical operations, complexInfinity is incompatible with the real infinity.

newbielink:http://www.mathworks.com/help/symbolic/mupad_ref/complexinfinity.html

[nonactive]And from Free Dictionary

Riemann Sphere

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Riemann sphere

[′rē‚män ‚sfir]

(mathematics)

The two-sphere whose points are identified with all complex numbers by a stereographic projection. Also known as complex sphere.

McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.

newbielink:http://encyclopedia2.thefreedictionary.com/Complex+infinity

[nonactive]Anyway, I don't have MATLAB, but I'm positive Mathmatica would give me the same answer as WolframAlpha from the same input.

And thank you for your comments. Before my OP I was more distracted with doing my profile -I'm 2012 years old you know!