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Posted 26 Jan 2010

Random extraction of 5 cards from a deck

, 26 Jan 2010 CPOL
The question: "How can I extract 5 random cards from a deck?" (or similar), appears every now and then at the C/C++ forum.I use the following method:const int CARDS = 52;int card[CARDS]; // the 'card' array represents all of the cardsint i, deck_cards;// initializationfor (i=0;...
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