• Version of biasedRange that operates on bigint values

    biasedRange was not made into a generic or to take in (number|bigint), because that introduces a bunch of complexity overhead related to type differentiation.

    Scaling is used internally so that the number of possible indices is significantly larger than num_steps. This is done to avoid duplicate entries in the resulting range due to quantizing to integers during the calculation.

    If a and b are close together, such that the number of integers between them is close to num_steps, then duplicates will occur regardless of scaling.


    • a: bigint
    • b: bigint
    • num_steps: number

    Returns readonly bigint[]

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