~/pythonsource1/python2.6-2.6.5$ find -D rates . -type d
Predicate success rates after completion: [need type] -type d [0.4] [280/4350=0.0643678] -a [0.4] [280/4350=0.0643678] -print  [280/280=1]
What does the
[0.4] indicate ?
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Judging from the source code, the numbers in square brackets are the a priori estimated success rate for a given predicate. That is, the first