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#141 in Algorithms
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Used in 8 crates (via const-random)
This crate provides compile time random number generation. This allows you to insert random constants into your code that will be auto-generated at compile time.
A new value will be generated every time the file is rebuilt. This obviously makes the resulting binary or lib non-deterministic.
use const_random::const_random ; const MY_RANDOM_NUMBER: u32 = const_random!(u32);
This works exactly as through you have called:
OsRng.gen::<u32>() at compile time.
So for details of the random number generation, see the
rand crates documentation.
The following types are supported: u8, i8, u16, i16, u32, i32, u64, i64, u128. i128.