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Generate Random Numbers

Generate Random Numbers software has code to generate true random numbers.

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Generate Random Numbers 3.01

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OS Support: WinXP, Win7 x32, Win7 x64, Win2000, WinServer, Win98, WinOther, Win Vista

Version 3.01

Size 0.02Mb

License: Freeware

Description:
Generate random numbers software outputs true random numbers; compiled program and source code are included. The source code uses two little-known algorithms to generate unique random numbers. The numbers are truly random with special randomization seed. The algorithms in this program are most concise algorithms of random number generation. The computers can generate numbers as highly random as by manual selection or running mechanical devices.

Included is a highly randomized function I created to set the random seed: TheSeeder. It uses the system date and time, instead of just the TIMER. Many confuse randomness for probability. If the seed is between 1 and 10, for example, the seed is not considered to be random. In fact, what we talking about is the DEGREE OF RANDOMNESS. The larger the range of the seed, the more randomized the seed is. That's so because the probability of selecting one particular seed is lower.

The TIMER takes 86400 values (number of seconds in 24 hours). of course, if using the TIMER only as the seed and running the random generator at the same time of the day, the sequence of numbers will be always the same. Hence, the term pseudo-random. TheSeeder generates random seeds between millions and billions. You won't see the same seed again in your lifetime!

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