Random Number Generator

€550 edition of 20

50cm x 70cm, Landscape, Medium, etching/carborundum/screenprint, 2015

A random number generator is an algorithm used by computer programmers to make sure that no two dynamically created items end up the same. The function, srandom() seeds the random number generator. It is given the argument time(NULL). This returns the time in seconds since the first of January 1970 and uniquely guarantees a generated random number; a nice reflection that no two things are ever the same and that everything must change with time.

srandom(time(NULL));

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Random Number Generator: fine art print by Stephen Vaughan