Quality factor in request headers can now have 2 decimal places

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Description

Previously Firefox has been clamped the quality factors to one decimal place. The quality factors are numerical values following q=, specified in HTTP request headers like Accept-Language. With such implementation, multiple items may have the same value, thus it has been changed to reflect 2 decimal places to make those values explicit.

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