The following variables can be used to calculate precise angles through
which an object can be rotated. The first rotates object through 360/3 =
120 degrees, the next one 360/4 = 90 degrees and so on. Each calculation
creates an integer with no decimal places.
I would like to be able to use these variables in a random sequence.
Has anyone a BASIC routine that could do this please?
Is there a special reason why the "40" and "72" are missing in this line ?
If they would exist, the numbers may be seen as a symmetrical object with
its "half" between 18 and 20.
Therefore it probably could increase the "randomness" if You chosse to
calculate two random values:
the first one to choose from an array(N), with only the first ten numbers
in it, as described by many earlier.
the second random value as RND(2) which chooses the number N from the
array directly as the result if it is "1", otherwise, if it is "2", the
result is calculated as 360/N.