The electromagnetic spectrum is a continuum of wavelengths of light, and we have labels for some ranges of these and numerical measurements for many.
Question: Is the EM spectrum continuous such that between two given wavelengths (e.g. 200nm and 201nm) there is an infinite number of distincts wavelengths of light? Or is there some cut-off of precision with which light might exist (e.g. can light only have wavelengths of whole number when measured in nanometers, etc.)?