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Doug Hemingway wrote:
> If the button is interrupt serviced, then almost any button press will
> generate a random number with just a simple counter (not too many
> people I know can repeatably stop a counter with a 4 MHz clock). .
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In this case, I think, some RF device will work.
> Dave Gomez wrote:
>> Hello all,
>> Is there a way to a random sequence from either external input,
>> or from the programming itself. I¹m doing led dies, and the method
>> used just flashes through the sequence, until the user stops pushing
>> the button. I¹d rather just have them push it once, no long period
>> hold, to start sequence, and then have it use a random source to
>> determine the number instead.
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