An interesting one-liner to ponder

Here's an interesting one-liner to ponder.

0.step(100, rand) { |x| puts x }

Think of timers, for games or whatever, you could easily alter the pseudo-random stepping increment to make it bigger but random, or have broader ranges of randomness.

The interval will not be obvious to the user.

But constant. I am not sure I understand what this is good for. Can
you share your ideas?

Kind regards

robert

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2007/11/17, John Joyce <dangerwillrobinsondanger@gmail.com>:

Here's an interesting one-liner to ponder.

0.step(100, rand) { |x| puts x }

Think of timers, for games or whatever, you could easily alter the
pseudo-random stepping increment to make it bigger but random, or
have broader ranges of randomness.

The interval will not be obvious to the user.

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