
 Random Number Generators 
  Subsequent numbers are: 8, 75, 96, 68, 36, 39, 28, 35, 76, 59, 88, 15, 16, 79, 48. 
  Of course one may want random numbers not as integers in a given range, but for example as uniformly distributed real numbers in a certain interval, or perhaps as real numbers of (almost) arbitrary size, but clustered around the origin. 
  One reason for the seemingly peculiar choice of N is that that particular number is the largest integer than can be represented on a Unix machine or in Java. 
 www.math.utah.edu /~alfeld/Random/Random.html (1373 words) 
