tester wrote:@MegaHurtz - stop! No philosophising
When using "rand" primitive
and "editbox" to which "rand" value is sent
in => exported exe application
---> first manually triggered "random" value that is sent from "rand" to "editbox" is always the same.
(after application is turned off and on, over and over - first "random" value is always the same).
Which means, that rand primitive uses for the reference it's internal counter, that starts on first shot.
Rand could use PCs clock for calculating initial offset or anything else that is in motion.
philter5 wrote:hehehehew the old story with the "random".....
i´ve seen a nice documentation about some experiments made by a german scientist.
when i remember right, they said you have to take a radioactive material and measure it with a geiger zähler to
get a real "random" signal ...
(i´ll search the link from the doku and post it here, it´s really interesting!)
another way to get some "random" values is http://www.random.org/ ....
you can easily create random float/int values or random float/int arrays.
oddson wrote:Back to the original point... the random primitive should use the system time as a seed when seed input is zero and so should not come up with the same value on restart if it's conneted to an afterLoad primitive but that's what I'm seeing too.
Anyone else? Seems like a bug.
oddson wrote:It's funny I could swear this was working only last week.aliasant wrote:Reminds me. I noticed the same a while back. Didnt report it
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