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Gandalf uses the convention that image pixels represented in floating point
are always in the range [0,1]. In integer formats the range is the whole
range of the type, whether character, short integer, integer or long integer.
This convention is applied for all conversions between pixels, as well as
the image processing and display routines. When programming with Gandalf
you should where possible stick to this convention.