Pseudo-random number generators have been available for several years, but have had the basic limitation that they do not look at the application of the numbers they generate as they do so. This problem has finally been conquered, and now for interested parties, a sadorandom number generator is now available. This routine examines the current code segment and analyses the exact purpose for asking for a random number, and finds out to what use this number will be put. It then chooses the worst possible number possible for this purpose. This routine is especially useful for students learning a new language, or for obtaining the true worst-case output for sorts and the like. A special modification to this routine will pick the best possible string of random numbers. This is useful for demonstrating software to prospective clients. Source available on request.
(From the "Rest" of RHF)