New Random Number Generator
tim at sumeru.stanford.edu
Thu Aug 1 00:18:55 UTC 2002
Mark4Flies at aol.com is claimed by the authorities to have written:
> Since then I have poured over the C and Smalltalk code in parallel and just
> can't find a single discrepency. Then again, the hardest task is to find
> fault in one's own work...
Absolutely; thus the virtues of code reviews, pair programmming, open
> I am new to the idea of plugins. I suspect that they are a mechanism to take
> a foreign code (like these C programs), in whole or in part, and encapsulate
> it with a Smalltalk interface. Yes?
Sort of. Go to the swiki (http://http://minnow.cc.gatech.edu/squeak.1 and look up 'plugins' for more than you probably want to know.
> << What would be most useful? >>
> I really appreciate your help on this problem but I honestly do not have a
> clue how to answer this question.
Then we must hope that somebody who is really keen on random numbers is
listening and can offer us both some asistance!
Tim Rowledge, tim at sumeru.stanford.edu, http://sumeru.stanford.edu/tim
Foolproof operation: All parameters are hard coded.
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