int rand ( void );
Generate random number.
Returns a pseudo-random number in the range from 0 to RAND_MAX
constant. This is generated by an algorithm that returns a series
of non-related numbers each time is called. This algorithm should
be initialized to different starting points using function srand
to generate more realistic random numbers.
RAND_MAX is a constant defined in stdlib.h. Its default value
is implementation defined.
An integer value between 0 and RAND_MAX.
Defined in ANSI-C.
rand()% is a generative net.radio station.
It is a host for computer driven / user defined audio programming.
Most web-radio stations broadcast archive programmes
or relay live djs and audio performances in the manner of traditional
radio. rand()% counters this predictable formula by presenting
a radio station that is entirely automated, where every programme
transmitted is composed in realtime by computer.
All audio is generated on demand by a unique
series of artist / musician developed programs. Based on the format
of a commercial radio station these broadcasts will be scheduled
into 'dj' and 'programme' slots.
Each slot will be allocated to a contributor
[musicians / artists / programmers] within which they can provide
an automated computer program to generate the real-time audio
for that broadcast.
Contributors include: Alku [es] / Dieb13
[at] / Boris Hauf [uk] / Lia+Carvalhais [at+pt] / Mijim [uk] /
Nullpointer [uk] / Muio.org [uk] / Plank [uk] / Charlie Ferrari
[uk] / Thor+Runar Magnusson [is] / Andy Gracie [uk] / Dave Corbett
[uk] / Fehler vs. Pimmon [ie+de+au] / Slub [uk] /
As well as broadcasting generative audio, rand()%
will be streaming all live music from the Ultrasound festival.