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I'm currently 17, I've been learning programming for about 3 years by myself. I'm learning about better code design in C++ now, I can write a little in Java, and want to learn C#. Now making a simple project on terrain visualization and image processing for textures and random noise (for textures, numbers...) generation. I'm also interested in mathematical programming...all in all I just love writing code.


Mar
2
comment File Encryption (EFS method)
now it makes sense, thanks!
Mar
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Mar
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asked File Encryption (EFS method)
Jan
31
comment Random numbers for Rabin-Miller primality tests
@CodesInChaos/@Ricky Thanks for the advice, I will change them.
Jan
30
comment Random numbers for Rabin-Miller primality tests
That's true, I know I should avoid this kind of rng (with e.g time as seed). Now I'm using the twister, which is said to be pretty good. Also, could somebody give a link/tell sg about the unproven conjecture(mentioned in the 3. paragraph.)?
Jan
30
revised Random numbers for Rabin-Miller primality tests
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Jan
27
comment Random numbers for Rabin-Miller primality tests
Thanks! I knew the "probable prime" false positives occur more often than you say, but it's good to know that they don't. I've decided to use the range [2, N-1]. +1
Jan
27
awarded  Scholar
Jan
27
accepted Random numbers for Rabin-Miller primality tests
Jan
26
revised Random numbers for Rabin-Miller primality tests
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Jan
26
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Jan
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revised Random numbers for Rabin-Miller primality tests
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Jan
26
awarded  Student
Jan
26
asked Random numbers for Rabin-Miller primality tests
Jan
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