[docs] [issue8686] "This isn't defined beyond that" phrase is not friendly to non-native English speakers.
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Tim Peters <tim.peters at gmail.com> added the comment:
> is it also guaranteed that quick_ratio() <= real_quick_ratio()
Nope! The docs don't say that, so it's not guaranteed.
It's not the _intent_ of the code that it be true, either. The only point to quick_ratio() and real_quick_ratio() is speed.
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