author  Jim Blandy <jimb@mozilla.com> 
Fri, 16 Oct 2015 12:21:39 0700  
changeset 303278  8e864a608d2f912b1cc208a2f07ed113f94037e5 
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 a/mfbt/FastBernoulliTrial.h +++ b/mfbt/FastBernoulliTrial.h @@ 235,17 +235,17 @@ class FastBernoulliTrial { * at would still be fine if our numbers were mathematically perfect. So, * while we've considered IEEE's edge cases, we haven't done anything that * should be actively bad when using other representations. * * (In the below, read comparisons as exact mathematical comparisons: when * we say something "equals 1", that means it's exactly equal to 1. We * treat approximation using intervals with open boundaries: saying a * value is in (0,1) doesn't specify how close to 0 or 1 the value gets.  * When we use closed boundaries like [1, 2**53], we're careful to ensure + * When we use closed boundaries like [2**53, 1], we're careful to ensure * the boundary values are actually representable.) * *  After the comparison above, we know mProbability is in (0,1). * *  The gaps below 1 are 2**53, so that interval is (0, 12**53]. * *  Because the floatingpoint gaps near 1 are wider than those near * zero, there are many small positive doubles ε such that 1ε rounds to