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Re: [Bug-gnubg] BUG: Rollout statistics wrong

From: Jim Segrave
Subject: Re: [Bug-gnubg] BUG: Rollout statistics wrong
Date: Sun, 7 Mar 2004 12:55:22 +0100
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On Thu 04 Mar 2004 (09:23 -0000), Ian Shaw wrote:
> The rollout statistics in this file look completely rubbish. 
> There are negative numbers in some entries , and the final percentage reads 
> 1.#J%.
> The two positions rolled out are the two double/takes.
> Windows version 1.1444 031101.
> The rollouts were stopped and extended several times, but all within the same 
> session of gnubg.

I loaded both of these into gnubg and don't see anything odd at
all. Linux, gnubg 1.1504, 2 feb 2004. But nothing should have been
changed in the sgf processing in a long time. The values in the .sgf
file are reasonable - there are no negative numbers there (well, there
are negative exponents on some floats - 3.972246486e-005 for example,
but that's normal.

I exported the two cube decisions as text and have attached the output
(they are .zip files, I hope your ISP's mail system isn't deleting all
.zip attachments in an effort to block viruses.) They look normal to me.

Jim Segrave           address@hidden

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