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On Thursday, January 31 2002 10:54 pm, Ryan wrote:

>         for (i = 0; i < length; i++)
>                 // does your head hurt yet?
>                 string[i] = 'a' + random() / (RAND_MAX / ('z' + 1 - 'a'));
>         // zero terminate!
>         i++;
>         string[i] = '\0';
>         return string;

This was breaking things, old stuff was getting left at the end to break 
things.

If anyone cares, i'm modifing a fibbing ident server to give random responses.

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