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Re: rand / srandby BrowserUk (Pope)
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Don't use srand. It's purpose is to make thing less random (more determanistic), not more so.
Update: For this purpose, random integers in the range 0 .. 35, even the paltry 15-bit standard rand on my system is perfectly up to this task.
Try this. This implementation of GenCode() and test program happily produces 10e6 unique random strings, from the 2.8 trillion possibles, before exhausting my memory and trapping.
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