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[algogeeks] Re: Pbm with rand() function Dave Sun Feb 26 15:00:30 2012

@Karthikeya: Integer division truncates. So m is the largest multiple
of N that is less than or equal to RANDMAX. E.g., in your example, m =
(50 / 30) * 30 = 1 * 30 = 30, since 50/30 truncates to 1.

Dave

On Feb 26, 12:33 pm, karthikeya s <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> "int m = (RANDMAX / N) * N"
> isn't m= RANDMAX simply....it couldn't understand the what is the
> logic here.....

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