Need to add to ord and convert to chr

E. Charters echarters at primus.ca
Tue Nov 7 01:15:52 CET 2000


You don't want wrap around when doing coding.
What you want to do is XOR the integer and xor again.
The trick is to produce a list of random integers.

Perl may be a better way to do this with the
C functions.

BTW when you discover the way to generate the
arbitrary integer, tell me about it and we will
go into business. :)

Did you know your CRT is a magnetometer? If you tune
it to put out a single point, that point's position
will vary with the variance of the magnetic field. A
led mask on the screen will read the position and produce
numbers according to a filter. A separate CRT is needed
for this. If the CRT is exposed to a varying mag field 
from a electromagnet that adjust its voltage according to
cosmic rays from a scintillometer then an old scint may 
function as a truly random number generator.

EC<:-}

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