[PD] Random number generation quest
jack at rybn.org
Wed Nov 14 19:25:29 CET 2012
Le 14/11/2012 18:30, Andrew Faraday a écrit :
> Is the [time] object in pd-vanilla? If so you could use the
> milliseconds output as your seed...
> | (milliseconds)
> > Date: Wed, 14 Nov 2012 14:53:44 +0000
> > From: enrique at netpd.org
> > To: pd-list at iem.at
> > Subject: [PD] Random number generation quest
> > Hi List!
> > Can a random number form 0 to 100 be generated with the following
> > - No externals / Vanilla Pd only
> > - DSP must be off
> > - The patch is loaded with Pd through command line interface i.e.
> > `pd -noprefs -nogui givemerandom.pd`
> > - The output should not always be the same number
> > Thanks for looking into it
> > eni
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Yep, but the first requirement for Enrique was :
- No externals / Vanilla Pd only
So it doesn't work with zexy [time] (this not in Pd Vanilla ;).
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