4.86 - [random] Built-In
Mnemonic aid: random for RANDOM number
A value between zero and one, inclusive, is returned. This number is pseudo-random. The number is generated by the Mersenne Twister. It produces 53-bit precision floats and has a period of 2**19937-1.
If you provide a seed (other than the reserved word none), this will seed the random number generator such that the sequence, while extremely varied, will be repeatable on a per-use basis. If you use none as the seed, that will seed the generator from the system clock, and the sequence will vary per each use. The seed may be any string of characters.
[style rrange [int [mul mode=float,[b] [random]]]]