I didn't expect anyone to do anything with it. I did not complain either. I found the randomness to be not how I expected it to be so I posted.mrob27 wrote:You have to give us much more information in order for me or anyone else to have any idea what's it's doing for you.
The memes that you can get depend greatly on the pattern you specify. Some patterns give no memes at all (you'll just keep getting the "Sorry, I could not find a match…" message).
What I have seen:
I go to automome, enter some pattern and click cuegan to receive meme.
At first I get the sorry I could not
then after some clicking a meme appears.
more clicking, same meme.
more clicking, a new meme.
the first meme again.
clickagain, the second meme again.
Just how likely is it, to randomly select the same meme again?
Not only the pattern but also some words are randomly chosen.
The probability should be very low, but it's happening.
Actually, I suspect that it has a list of generated memes and goes through it and if it runs out of examples it starts from the beginning. Am I right?
go to automome.
I click cuegan a few times. try to remember the memes.
then I reload the page or open it a new tab.
I click cuegan again
I get exactly the same memes, in the same order.
Now what's the probability of this happening?
100%, if the randomness generator uses the same seed.
(I tried to see if closing and reopening the browser has the same effect. I closed the browser with my post in the edit window. oops. I rewrote it today.)
I didn't get it. the p*n, and the everything.january1may wrote:Well, six, actually.
But the idea is the important thing.
(Sorry, I just had to make that p*n.
I started reading some first words. I will want to read more later.Pfhorrest wrote: I'd love to hear if anyone is, even if you don't have anything more to say about it.
And this talk of randomness (and memes) made me pope?
just imagine a world where the pope is randomly selected.
Consider a randomly generated Time.
Consider a randomly generated OTT.