Smarter way of doing this?
JimJJewett at yahoo.com
Tue Feb 3 00:54:35 CET 2004
Max M <maxm at mxm.dk> wrote in message news:<401e4d57$0$295$edfadb0f at dread12.news.tele.dk>...
> It takes a list of probabilities in the range 0.00-1.00, and it must
> then randomly select one of the probabilities and return it's index.
You may wish to look at the GRADES example in the bisect documentation.
-jJ Take only memories. Leave not even footprints.
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