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How to make a random seed out of primes
Python documentation says random.seed(x) where x is a hashable object can be used as a generator. Would a list of primes be useful here? How could this be used for repeatable results for debugging, and how would this be changed in an actual program to prevent cracking?
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How to make a random seed out of primes Python documentation says random.seed(x) where x is a hashable object can be used as a generator. Would a list of primes be useful here? How could this be used for repeatable results for debugging, and how would this be changed in an actual program to prevent cracking?

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