What is the limit of (x Sin (1/x)) as x becomes positive infinite?

What is the limit of (x Sin (1/x)) as x becomes positive infinite?

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Use a substitution u=1/x, then the limit will be
\[\lim_{u \rightarrow 0}{\sin x \over x}=1\]

it is 0

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