[Numpy-discussion] printable random seed ?
Wed Sep 22 09:32:22 CDT 2010
> I would like to generate random numbers based on a random seed, for
> example what numpy.random does if the seed is not specified. But I
> would also like to print out the initial state, so I can replicate the
> random numbers.
> Can I get a human readable or printable version of the initial state?
> Alternatively, what's a good way to randomly generate an initial
> I could draw an integer with randint and use it as seed. Is this the best
seed = struct.unpack ('I', os.urandom (4))
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