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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • by domm (4030) on 2004.11.08 7:57 (#35868) Homepage Journal
    This will only work if you're generating random results yourself, obvisouly. But it's such a nice idea... (I use it for filling DBs with test-data thats random, but still allways the same)

    From perldoc -f srand:


    You can call srand($seed) with the same $seed to reproduce the same sequence from rand(), but this is usually reserved for generating predictable results for testing or debugging