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2.87 MB
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Publisher's Descriptions
For testing the quality of random numbers produced by a generator, a few suits of tests have been envisaged.

WENT is based on the ENT produced by John Walker, released into the public domain.

In general, WENT uses the same options as the ENT software, if you have used ENT before you are ready to use WENT. Results and conclusions obtained with WENT should the same ones obtained with ENT.

With WENT you can print and save the results (without using redirection, of course). Results can be saved either in HTML or RTF formats.

You can download Went free here.
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