[Haskell-beginners] Randomness woes
ehamberg at gmail.com
Mon Jan 11 12:25:12 EST 2010
On Sunday 10. January 2010 21.58.02 Gökhan San wrote:
> Though, I didn't quite get why you are explicitly calling 'evalRand'
> instead of utilizing MonadRandom.
Because of a misunderstanding on my part. I changed all the code as you
suggested and now it's much nicer.
> Here, you're generating both parents using the same random generator,
> hence, parents are always identical.
D'oh. That explains it. Thanks! :)
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