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Re: Réf . : RE: [Bug-gnubg] Analysis bug ?

From: Christian Anthon
Subject: Re: Réf . : RE: [Bug-gnubg] Analysis bug ?
Date: Fri, 10 Mar 2006 16:19:55 +0100
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On Fri, Mar 10, 2006 at 04:06:51PM +0100, address@hidden wrote:
> I agree. It is too good only if the equity is > 1.0
> What surprises me is that the analysis/hint code gets it right (eq < 1.0
> --> it's not too good, in the example, it wasn't even a double), while
> the code that summarizes the statistics for the match/game gets it wrong,
> as if it was doing his own computations instead of reusing the ones
> already done (and stored in the analysis) ... or at least, the statistics
> code is doing something different wrt the analysis/hint code ...

It does redo the computations. What it gets wrong is that it for some
strange reason think the cube is a pass.

When, in the analysis it checks whether it is a take or a drop it use
logic like:

if( -arDouble[ OUTPUT_DROP ] < -arDouble[ OUTPUT_TAKE ] ) {

So it is a code inconsistency which should be corrected anyway. What I
don't get is why it arrives at pass, when it checks for the reason for
the double being bad.


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