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Re^3: Non-Repetitive Random Numbersby LanX (Abbot)
|on Apr 05, 2013 at 14:54 UTC||Need Help??|
I don't understand your point (and I'm too much in a hurry ATM to investigate your code)
Keys of a hash are always unique, in my code collisions of random numbers are simply ignored.
> That doesn't guarantee unique values.
maybe this is clearer:
updateone could argue that the order of hash -keys isn't random but that wasn't part of the question.
Otherwise thats a good occasion to use shuffle or pushing into an array (but this implies reseeding rand every time)
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