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Re: Extremely poor performance crunching random numbers under PIV-FC5



   Yes your not defining a value for r.

Ok. Lets define a value for r:

### prueba.c #####################################################
	#include <stdio.h>
	#include <stdlib.h>

	int32_t r;
	struct random_data rand_data;

	int main(int argc, char ** argv) {
	    r=0;
	    random_r(&rand_data, &r);
	    printf("%d\n", (int)r);

	    return (0);
	}
### prueba.c (the end) ###########################################

Now I compile and execute, obtaining the same result => Segmentation Fault.



Then your definition of a type of integer is not the way to do it.

Please, could you tell me how to define the type of integer in this
case? Thanks.


You define a structure and then use it wrong. Other than that it's fine.

Please, could you tell me how to use the structure correctly? Thanks.

Any hint to continue will be appreciate.


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