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Re: Question Default value for /random/setSeeds (Stefan E. Mueller)
Date: 14 Mar, 2014
From: Gumplinger Peter <Gumplinger Peter>

Hi Stefan,

Do not use the command /random/setSeeds in an attept to reproduce a previous run if you didn't use the command in the first place. Your relaunch will reproduce the event histories unless you have code in your program that takes the initial random seed from the time of day - which is unlikely - as in:

Most main() deal with the 'default seed' and so is probably your main as well if you started from any one of the basic examples:

Some allow it to be part of the job submission, as in:


On Fri, 14 Mar 2014 10:22:44 GMT, Stefan E. Mueller wrote:

> Hi,
> I've tried to find the information on the web, but wasn't succesfull. Question is:
> Which are the default values for the command /random/setSeeds? Or, in other words, which values 
> should I give to /random/setSeeds in order to reproduce the results of a run in which 
> /random/setSeeds wasn't set in the macro file at all? 
> Stefan

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