Commit f10d0e80 by Jay Belanger

### (History and Acknowledgements): Adjust the "thanks".

`(Random Numbers): Clarify the distribution of `random'.`
parent 1ab2cd43
 2007-09-07 Jay Belanger * calc.texi (History and Acknowledgements): Adjust the "thanks". (Random Numbers): Clarify the distribution of `random'. 2007-09-06 Glenn Morris * Move manual sources from man/ to subdirectories of doc/. ... ...
 ... ... @@ -1204,10 +1204,11 @@ Carl Witty, whose eagle eyes discovered many typographical and factual errors in the Calc manual; Tim Kay, who drove the development of Embedded mode; Ove Ewerlid, who made many suggestions relating to the algebra commands and contributed some code for polynomial operations; Randal Schwartz, who suggested the @code{calc-eval} function; Robert J. Chassell, who suggested the Calc Tutorial and exercises; and Juha Randal Schwartz, who suggested the @code{calc-eval} function; Juha Sarlin, who first worked out how to split Calc into quickly-loading parts. Bob Weiner helped immensely with the Lucid Emacs port. parts; Bob Weiner, who helped immensely with the Lucid Emacs port; and Robert J. Chassell, who suggested the Calc Tutorial and exercises as well as many other things. @cindex Bibliography @cindex Knuth, Art of Computer Programming ... ... @@ -18599,7 +18600,7 @@ Given a positive numeric prefix argument @expr{M}, it produces a random integer @expr{N} in the range @texline @math{0 \le N < M}. @infoline @expr{0 <= N < M}. Each of the @expr{M} values appears with equal probability. Each possible value @expr{N} appears with equal probability. With no numeric prefix argument, the @kbd{k r} command takes its argument from the stack instead. Once again, if this is a positive integer @expr{M}
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