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33 def gen_random(): 34 return random.random()

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15 def bigrandom(): 16 return int(randy.random()*1000000)

15 def rando(): 16 return random.StrongRandom().randint(2, 20000000)

140 def random_ints(): 141 """ Returns a random integer from 0 to 100,000 """ 142 return str(int(math.floor(random.random() * 100000)))

14 def random_number_generator(): 15 ran_decimal = random.randint(1, 255) 16 return (ran_decimal, bin(ran_decimal), hex(ran_decimal))

3 def test1(random): 4 x = int(random) 5 y = int(random) 6 7 if 1 < x < 2 and y < 4: 8 z = x + y 9 if z < 7: 10 w = "true" 11 else: 12 w = False 13 print x, y, w

67 def FakeURandom(n): 68 """Fake version of os.urandom.""" 69 bytes = '' 70 for _ in range(n): 71 bytes += chr(random.randint(0, 255)) 72 return bytes

14 def random_integer(size_in_bytes): 15 return bytes_to_integer(bytearray(random_bytes(size_in_bytes)))

206 def random_numbers(): 207 numbers = list(np.random.choice(list(map(str, range(1, 11))), random_int(n_chars))) 208 209 def random_astrix(n): 210 options = [("*", n, ""), ("", n, "*"), ("", n, "")] 211 return "".join(options[randint(0, 2)]) 212 213 return [random_astrix(n) if randint(0, 3) == 1 else n for n in numbers]

244 def Generate(self): 245 return 'random-%s' % random.randint(0, 999999)