## SEED Seed the Random Number Generator

Section: Random Number Generation

### Usage

Seeds the random number generator using the given integer seeds. Changing the seed allows you to choose which pseudo-random sequence is generated. The seed takes two`uint32`

values:
seed(s,t)

where `s`

and `t`

are the seed values. Note that due to limitations
in `ranlib`

, the values of `s,t`

must be between `0 <= s,t <= 2^30`

.

### Example

Here's an example of how the seed value can be used to reproduce a specific random number sequence.--> seed(32,41); --> rand(1,5) ans = 0.8589 0.3727 0.5551 0.9557 0.7367 --> seed(32,41); --> rand(1,5) ans = 0.8589 0.3727 0.5551 0.9557 0.7367