by Ricardo Fernández Serrata
Generates an array of any length of truly random numbers, no server required, all thanks to /dev/urandom.
DON'T USE `%` to downscale the range, the output will be biased. More info here: stackoverflow.com/a/10984975
Because of legacy and portability this doesn't use `head` nor `xxd` commands. This is required because AM reads shell stdout as 7bit ASCII, but "full" Bytes are required for max randomness.
Similar to my Seeded RNG flow ( llamalab.com/automate/community/flows/38704 ), all numbers fit as 32bit signed integers.
Quantum alternative by Patrick Corgan: llamalab.com/automate/community/flows/35057
Rate and review within the app in the Community section.