Package detrand provides deterministically random functionality.
The pseudo-randomness of these functions is seeded by the program binary itself and guarantees that the output does not change within a program, while ensuring that the output is unstable across different builds.
Bool returns a deterministically random boolean.
Disable disables detrand such that all functions returns the zero value. This function is not concurrent-safe and must be called during program init.
Intn returns a deterministically random integer between 0 and n-1, inclusive.