Re: Help: Randomizing a List of Numbers
From: Matthijs Hebly (heeb_at_iname.com)
Date: Tue, 20 Jul 2004 18:13:05 GMT
Bill Emerson wrote:
> In sci.crypt, John Savard wrote:
>>On 19 Jul 2004 19:39:44 GMT, Bill Emerson <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote, in
>>>Hello cryptographers. I have a list of numbers 0000-9999 that I need
>>Well, in BASIC, it would be:
Ooooooopz... Basic? As in... VB?... Ooooooopz...
>>REM Define the array
REM Define basic non structural spaghetti "computer" "language" goto
Better have your *last* RA soon, and get hold of a *real* programming
language, like DELPHI/KYLIX. Best around. (For those of you not knowing:
Delphi/Kylix = Object Pascal language for Windows/Linux.
> Thanks John. I don't read basic. Too complex :-)
For real programmers, indeed it is :-)
> Interesting to see a program in this language, though. Did you
> get it from the Dead Sea Scrolls?
Wouldn't mind if it were "dead". Although... Basic ("visual" or
otherwise...) gives us something to ROFLOAO about...
Only thing you can do about this "language": appologize.
> In truth, when I first got into computers I became fed up with
> windows in a hurry, and almost went to DOS before stumbling across
So: get KYLIX!!! Open edition *free* from Borland, IINM