Can someone very simply explain what the purpose and function of the seed(x) function are in Python 3?
I am trying to figure out what the random.seed(0) line is supposed to do in this code. I understand every other line except for that one.
# random module is imported import random for i in range(5): # Any number can be used in place of '0'. random.seed(0) # Generated random number will be between 1 to 1000. print(random.randint(1, 1000))