rn1
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rn1(x,y) | |
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Distribution | uniform |
Mean | x − 12 + y |
Standard deviation | sqrt(x^{2} − 112) |
- Not to be confused with rnl.
rn1(x, y)^{[1]} is a pseudo-random number macro used in NetHack when a result should be unweighted. It is equivalent to rn2(x) + y. The range of values is between y and y + x − 1 inclusive (that is, y ≤ rn1(x,y) < x + y).
See also rn2.
References
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