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Uniform partition of an interval
From: 
John W. Eaton 
Subject: 
Uniform partition of an interval 
Date: 
Wed, 17 May 2000 03:30:59 0500 (CDT) 
On 17May2000, address@hidden <address@hidden> wrote:
 Hello!

 What is the MAIN reason that 1.8:0.05:1.9 produces [1.8000 1.8500]
 and not [1.8000 1.8500 1.9000]?
 I am using 2.0.14 version of Octave.
 Thank you for your answer.
 Best regards,
 Emil Zagar
I'd guess that the MAIN reason is that there is a bug in the way
Octave is trying (very hard) to compute the correct number of elements
for ranges. If you're in a debugging mood, the code to look at is in
the Range::nelem_internal and related functions in liboctave/Range.cc.
jwe

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