|Description|| This procedure is obsolete. It was originally used to produce a different sequence of random numbers each time a program executed. With current versions of Turing, the random number sequence is “randomized” each time a Turing program is executed, eliminating the need for this procedure.|
To reset the random number sequence and thus allow for a predetermined sequence of pseudo-random numbers, use Rand.Set.
|See also|| randint, rand, randseed and randnext.|
See also predefined unit Rand.