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Re: Question Default value for /random/setSeeds (Stefan E. Mueller)
Re: Feedback Re: Default value for /random/setSeeds (Gumplinger Peter)
Date: 17 Mar, 2014
From: Stefan E. Mueller <Stefan E. Mueller>

Hi Peter,

actually, I do not have a line like  


in my main, even though it is based on the examples. Is "myseed" the 'default seed'? What does it correspond to? 

Instead I use /random/setSeeds RND1 RND2 with the two random values RND1 and RND2 in a macro to obtain statistically 
independent runs. A perl script is used to find the two values using perl's rand()-function. The perl script builds 
a new macro from a template macro file. I thought it would be worthwhile if in the template,
 /random/setSeeds would take some default values (then to be 
overwritten by the perl script for multiple job submission in parallel), such that for testing reasons 
I can always have identical 'default' conditions. Of course, the default values can be any values (at 
the moment I have /random/setSeeds 0 1), but if there are some "official" defaults, I'd like to put those.

By the way, what is the range of the values /random/setSeeds takes? 


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