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Rrgen – A Header Only C++ Library For Storing Safe, Randomly Generated Data Into Modern Containers

This library was developed to combat insecure methods of storing random data into modern C++ containers. For example, old and clunky PRNGs. Thus, rrgen uses STL’s distribution engines in order to efficiently and safely store a random number distribution into a given C++ container.

Installation

1) git clone https://github.com/josh0xA/rrgen.git
2) cd rrgen
3) make
4) Add include/rrgen.hpp to your project tree for access to the library classes and functions.

Official Documentation

rrgen/docs/index.rst

Supported Containers

1) std::vector<>
2) std::list<>
3) std::array<>
4) std::stack<>

Example Usages

#include "../include/rrgen.hpp"
#include <iostream>

int main(void)
{
// Example usage for rrgen vector
rrgen::rrand<float, std::vector, 10> rrvec;
rrvec.gen_rrvector(false, true, 0, 10);
for (auto &i : rrvec.contents())
{
std::cout << i << " ";
} // ^ the same as rrvec.show_contents()

// Example usage for rrgen list (frontside insertion)
rrgen::rrand<int, std::list, 10> rrlist;
rrlist.gen_rrlist(false, true, "fside", 5, 25);
std::cout << '\n'; rrlist.show_contents();
std::cout << "Size: " << rrlist.contents().size() << '\n';

// Example usage for rrgen array
rrgen::rrand_array<int, 5> rrarr;
rrarr.gen_rrarray(false, true, 5, 35);
for (auto &i : rrarr.contents())
{
std::cout << i << " ";
} // ^ the same as rrarr. show_contents()

// Example usage for rrgen stack
rrgen::rrand_stack<float, 10> rrstack;
rrstack.gen_rrstack(false, true, 200, 1000);
for (auto m = rrstack.xsize(); m > 0; m--)
{
std::cout << rrstack.grab_top() << " ";
rrstack.pop_off();
if (m == 1) { std::cout << '\n'; }
}
}

Note: This is a transferred repository, from a completely unrelated project.

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