Write the random number generator in Python. It must use some physical elements. You can use voice, moves, CPU rate or any other physical structures for implementing it. The length of the random number must bit 16 bits. Use the needed libraries.
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Doesn’t really sound like a Python task, given it’s not exactly known for having fixed lengths for data…
Anyway, the task is straightforward. Look up how to create a number of fixed size (like using Numpy), get some physical input from wherever you like (with the appropriate library) and then write an algorithm that does whatever math to turn the input into the number.
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