dickinsm at gmail.com
Thu Aug 30 22:36:20 CEST 2007
On Aug 30, 3:55 pm, Ivan Voras <ivoras at __fer.hr__> wrote:
> I've noticed something interesting in my test: the value 0 appears less
> often than other values (which behave as they should).
That's because the call to abs() usually collapses two values to one
(e.g. -2 and 2 both end up being 2),
but there's only one integer n for which abs(n) == 0.
One possible fix: do
x = randint(0, 10) - randint(0, 10)
x = abs(x) - (x<0)
This collapses -1 and 0 to 0, -2 and 1 to 1, etc.
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