IOhannes m zmölnig
zmoelnig at iem.at
Sat Jun 30 20:09:05 CEST 2018
On 06/30/2018 07:51 PM, Fede Camara Halac wrote:
> I find it useful to wrap random in an abstraction, so that I use $2 as an instance id, to both receive a "seed" and to add the abstraction id to the seed.
> But, it would be really useful to have a unique instance id already generated in the [random] object, and a global symbol to bind all [random]s to send a seed and increment it by each unique id.
> what do you think? is this possible?
i think it is possible, and i don't think it should be implemented.
a) it's super-easy to implement as an abstraction. what would a built-in
solution give you that an abstraction cannot give you?
b) it adds a false sense of randomness.
either the seed should be stupid enough (as is now), or it should have
proper entropy. your solution is inbetween.
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