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Thread: Shuffle algorithms...
face BY : Wagner Lipnharski email (remove spam text)

For the non-repetitive song in the shuffle list, with a limitted internal
RAM, it could use bits to identify songs.
Guessing that no one would store more than 320 songs (small ones) into a
700MB CD, 40 bytes would be enough for bit song ID list - To be played
bit=1, played drop the bit. For the random algorithm, probably measuring
the time between the "shuffle selection button" and "play button", and use
it as random seed - or, counting loops between power up and "play button".

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