jordiv at catalonia.net
Sat Dec 6 20:26:53 CET 2003
El ds, 06 de 12 de 2003 a las 19:31, Jonas Maebe escribió:
> You are using random/randomize wrong here. The correct way is
> for loop := 1 to 100 do begin
> writeln (random (1000) +1);
I know that this is the correct way, mine was only one bad example to
> Randomize initialises the random number generator based on the current
> system time. So if you call it multiple times in a short time period,
> you will get a similar (or even the same) randseed.
With this, you have answered perfectly my question, to get a diferent
sequence can I set randseed in a diferent way? for example:
randseed := who knows yet...
For loop := 1 to 100 do begin
writeln (random (1000) +1);
Thank you very much.
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