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Forgot your username? That is, if you provide the same seed twice, you get the same sequence of numbers twice. Generally, you want to seed your random number generator with some value that will change each execution of the program. For instance, the current time is a frequently-used seed. The reason why this doesn't happen automatically is so that if you want, you can provide a specific seed to get a known sequence of numbers.

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If yes, where are these values stored? Thanks, the example makes it clearer. Random sequence generation starts with reference to the provided seed. So if same seed provided twice same sequence is obtained as the same algorithm works in background. Is it like an XOR function? If you use it twice you get the same output again. That's a really nice explanation. I've upvoted your answer. Related Questions In Python.

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