Coyote

France

Software Engineer, with a degree in Distributed Systems.

I went through Networking (protocols design, TCP/IP etc...), dev (ASM, C, C++), sys admin and maintenance (Solaris, Linux, Windows), web dev (PHP, JS, Macromedia stuff, AJAX), reconverted to video games dev (handheld devices) fo a AAA games company.

Now I am an independent iPhone/mobile/web dev.

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comment What random number generation systems would return exactly one result for a given key?
Creating a hash map is not an optimal solution either as different seeds can be retrieved during execution and would then result in even higher allocations.
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comment What random number generation systems would return exactly one result for a given key?
I believe I can put together a solution using a hash function, I was wondering if there wasn't an existing generic/standard solution that would accomplish this.
Dec
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comment What random number generation systems would return exactly one result for a given key?
I think all those random generators can return a sequence of random numbers, but what If I try to retrieve the 100,000,000th number then the 99,999,999th number? I need an algorithm able to always generate the same result for a given key without having to go through all the preceding numbers.
Dec
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comment What random number generation systems would return exactly one result for a given key?
Hi, this can work during prototyping, but is there some sort of algorithm which achieves the same effect without any memory allocation? I must avoid any memory allocation during calls to the random number retrieval.
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