Originally Posted by pixellany
Still doesn't work:
matthew@mvm:/h/misc> cat numberr
:Sigh: I don't really care if I use $RANDOM or /dev/random, just as long as it generates a 1 or 0 quickly!
Because if there is a 1 the $num will go up, then it will dislpay $num
number of "."s
(Periods). So going quickly it will randomly go up, down, etc... How would I use /dev/random? Or how would I get the $RANDOM to reset each time before it is called?? Thanks
edit: Hm it looks like it did work....... But the only problem is the 2nd number always stays the same! :\ :?