Michel Bouissou <michel(_at_)bouissou(_dot_)net> wrote:
Practically speaking, -0.001 is equivalent to zero.
I had stated as much.
The difference is that if you use zero, the SPF tests may be skipped
alltogether (usualy when a test score is zero, SA bypasses
Hmm... the scores are overloaded with additional, non-score
information. I can see why they did that, but it then requires things
like "scores of epsilon", or -0.001, in order to get "zero", without
it's other effects.