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Re: getting one random number


Hi,

l[dist_] := Module[{rnd},
              rnd=Random[];
              Map[# < rnd &, k[dist]]
             ]

Regards
  Jens


"Kevin Coffey" <kmc2104 at columbia.edu> schrieb im 
Newsbeitrag news:dvas8g$c37$1 at smc.vnet.net...
| Greetings:
|
| I am a fairly new user and I have come across 
this problem twice. The last
| time I just worked my way around it, but this 
time I can't.
|
| When I exicute the line below, mathematica takes 
a new random number for
| each element in the list "k[dist]"
| l[dist_] := Map[# < Random[] &, k[dist]]
|
| I would like mathematica to take one random 
number and then use the same
| random number for evaluating every element in 
the list.  Also, I want the
| random number to be different each time I use 
the function.
|
| Any help would be most appreciated.
|
| Thank you.
|
| Kevin
|
| 



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