> So I think with s/Regularly/About half the time/, your observation
> above is correct.
> I think the reason you perceived this as "Regularly" is that you do
> not notice nor appreciate it when things go right (half the time),
> but you tend to notice and remember only when a wrong side happened
> to have been picked (the other half).

Is there a reason why picking among the choices in a sliding window
must be contents neutral?

I see these "illogical" (== stylistically not matching user intent) diffs
quite often.  C comments (as in the example given) and #ifdef blocks
are typical cases.

Purely anecdotically, I have seen more trouble applying "illogical"
diffs than I would have expected from the corresponding "logical" diffs.

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