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I was curious.. If I random a number in Delphi... and seed it with (1111) NOT time. I would as example get a random number of 1234567..... and since I keep the same seed.. each time I run that program the same "random" number will appear. Here''s the question... is it the same for all languages? Example is C++ if I seed like this.. will I get the SAME 1234567 as I would in Delphi? (excuse the lack of coding knowledge) srand( 1111 ); printf( " %6d\n", rand() ); Same goes for Java.... Seeding the Same... Will it generate the same "RANDOM" number? Axehandler

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