isaac.js - NodeJS compatibility version
npm install isaac
var isaac = require( 'isaac' );
Then just call
isaac.random() to get a random real number between 0.0 and 1.0 :
var random_number = isaac.random( );
If you want a little more control over the PRNG you can reset isaac (all internals to zero) using
isaac.reset() or use a new seed using
isaac.seed(s) (s can be a string, a number or an array of number). You can also run the PRNG an arbitrary number of time before querying a new random output using
isaac.prng(n), where n (optional) is the number of run.
isaac.rand() allow you to get a random 32-bit integer between -2147483648 (0x00000000) and 2147483647 (0xFFFFFFFF).
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