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Dictionaries rock again   -   Noah Desch
  Once again: Seeding the RND   -   Christian Miller
   Re: Once again: Seeding the RND   -   Charles Yeomans
    Re: Once again: Seeding the RND   -   Christian Miller

Once again: Seeding the RND
Date: 07.05.02 15:23 (Tue, 7 May 2002 10:23:03 -0400)
From: Christian Miller
I never received a reply the first time, so I am trying again. Does
anybody know of a cross-platform random number generator that can be
seeded? I currently use URndLib, but it does not compile for Windows
which makes s/n generation worthless to me.

Thanks.

Re: Once again: Seeding the RND
Date: 07.05.02 16:53 (Tue, 7 May 2002 11:53:32 -0400)
From: Charles Yeomans
You could use Matthijs van Duin's SHA class to generate pseudo-random
numbers, I suppose. It wouldn't be as fast as URnd, but it might do the
job.

Charles Yeomans

On Tuesday, May 7, 2002, at 10:23 AM, Christian Miller wrote:

> I never received a reply the first time, so I am trying again. Does
> anybody know of a cross-platform random number generator that can be
> seeded? I currently use URndLib, but it does not compile for Windows
> which makes s/n generation worthless to me.
>
> Thanks.


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Re: Once again: Seeding the RND
Date: 07.05.02 20:13 (Tue, 7 May 2002 15:13:10 -0400)
From: Christian Miller
Thanks. I'll take a look at it. :)

On Tuesday, May 7, 2002, at 11:53 AM, Charles Yeomans wrote:

> You could use Matthijs van Duin's SHA class to generate pseudo-random
> numbers, I suppose. It wouldn't be as fast as URnd, but it might do
> the job.
>
> Charles Yeomans
>
> On Tuesday, May 7, 2002, at 10:23 AM, Christian Miller wrote:
>
>> I never received a reply the first time, so I am trying again. Does
>> anybody know of a cross-platform random number generator that can be
>> seeded? I currently use URndLib, but it does not compile for Windows
>> which makes s/n generation worthless to me.