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I expect the last index to be 19.

Why? The range is 0 .. 20 inclusive:

[ 6:17:58.02] C:\test>ranges -M=20 -N=3 0 : from 0 to 6 ( 7) 1 : from 7 to 13 ( 7) 2 : from 14 to 20 ( 7) ======================================== 21 [ 7:10:34.53] C:\test>ranges -M=20 -N=2 0 : from 0 to 9 ( 10) 1 : from 10 to 20 ( 11) ======================================== 21 [ 7:11:36.69] C:\test>ranges -M=20 -N=1 0 : from 0 to 20 ( 21) ======================================== 21

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In reply to Re^5: Split range 0 to M into N non-overlapping (roughly equal) ranges. by BrowserUk
in thread Split range 0 to M into N non-overlapping (roughly equal) ranges. by BrowserUk

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