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java.lang.Object

+java.util.Random
If two instances of Random
are created with the same
seed, and the same sequence of method calls is made for each, they
will generate and return identical sequences of numbers.
Many applications will find the random
method in
class Math
simpler to use.
long
seed.
double
value between 0.0
and
1.0
from this random number generator's sequence.
float
value between 0.0
and 1.0
from this random
number generator's sequence.
double
value with mean 0.0
and standard
deviation 1.0
from this random number generator's sequence.
int
value from this random number generator's sequence.
long
value from this random number generator's sequence.
long
seed.
public Random()
public Random(long seed)
long
seed.
public synchronized void setSeed(long seed)
long
seed.
protected synchronized int next(int bits)
public void nextBytes(byte bytes[])
public int nextInt()
int
value from this random number generator's sequence.
int
value from this random number generator's sequence.
public long nextLong()
long
value from this random number generator's sequence.
long
value from this random number generator's sequence.
public float nextFloat()
float
value between 0.0
and 1.0
from this random
number generator's sequence.
float
value between 0.0
and 1.0
from this
random number generator's sequence.
public double nextDouble()
double
value between 0.0
and
1.0
from this random number generator's sequence.
double
value between 0.0
and
1.0
from this random number generator's sequence.
public synchronized double nextGaussian()
double
value with mean 0.0
and standard
deviation 1.0
from this random number generator's sequence.
double
value with mean 0.0
and
standard deviation 1.0
from this random number
generator's sequence.
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