1994-04-30 - Re: Random #’s via serial port dongle?

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From: nelson@crynwr.com (Russell Nelson)
To: tcmay@netcom.com
Message Hash: e9e71bd640710d34d086c66305a3e24b2f7ea53a98a940b5d12a8b809150a9ed
Message ID: <m0px2fy-000IDpC@crynwr>
Reply To: <199404292128.OAA28043@netcom.com>
UTC Datetime: 1994-04-30 01:05:54 UTC
Raw Date: Fri, 29 Apr 94 18:05:54 PDT

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From: nelson@crynwr.com (Russell Nelson)
Date: Fri, 29 Apr 94 18:05:54 PDT
To: tcmay@netcom.com
Subject: Re: Random #'s via serial port dongle?
In-Reply-To: <199404292128.OAA28043@netcom.com>
Message-ID: <m0px2fy-000IDpC@crynwr>
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   From: tcmay@netcom.com (Timothy C. May)
   Date: Fri, 29 Apr 1994 14:28:33 -0700 (PDT)

   Russ Nelson asks:

   > This has probably been discussed before, but has anyone built a little

   Yes, it's been debated many times on this list. ....

   I don't think generating random numbers is all that much of a
   priority. ...

Well enough, then.  I won't bother.

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