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The random number generator could have been seeded with the same seed, which would cause the same sequence of random number to be generated. The RNG in Microsoft's C library repeats every ~32,000 numbers (which is pretty abysmal), so there's effectively only that many seeds. Different seeds: >perl -E"say srand; say join ' ', map int(rand(52))+1, 1..10;" ...



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