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The Mersenne Twister is a pseudo-random number generator (PRNG) whose period is 2^19937−1. It was designed by Makoto Matsumoto and Takuji Nishimura in 1997. It uses an alternative construction to the linear congruential generators commonly found in public software, making it a linear recurrence modulo 2^19937−1 instead of a simple linear recurrence.
The Mersenne Twister has a period of 2^19937−1. However, its quality as a PRNG is not optimal. It is not even equidistributed for all seeds. Due to its non-equidistribution, the Mersenne Twister is not suitable for many applications where randomly generated numbers are needed. But it is a very fast PRNG with only a few lines of code and is easy to implement.
Mersenne Twister Implementation:
public class MersenneTwister {
public MersenneTwister(int bitlength) {
this.states = new HashSet();
this.state = new HashSet();
this.sequence = new HashSet();
this.endMask = new ArrayList();
this.prevMask = new HashSet();
this.stateIndex = this.state.Count;
this.statesIndex = this.states.Count;
this.bitLength = bitlength;
new IntPtr(this.statesIndex),
new IntPtr(this.states.Count),
new IntPtr(this.sequenceIndex),

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” Mersenne Twister Crack combines many features:
an extremely high quality random number generator, a long period,
excellent equidistribution, long history, and a C implementation
that runs very fast.

It is well-known and widely-used for security applications, like cryptography.
It is also used in simulations, Monte Carlo, and other applications where
randomization is useful.

Despite its name, this generator is not related to the Karl Möller’s
publication (1967) in which this algorithm was introduced:

See for details the following Wikipedia article:

To get started with the Mersenne Twister, you may obtain the MersenneTwister.cs
file through the following link (this is under the MIT license):

The Mersenne Twister is included in the MersenneTwister namespace.
The MersenneTwister.cs file allows you to get the details of the algorithm and
write your own code, if needed.

The default package distribution provides 2 variations of Mersenne Twister:

// Inclusive or “masked”. This is the default (recommended) version.
// It automatically encrypts (and decrypts) the numbers generated
// by the Mersenne Twister. This option encrypts the numbers before
// their generation.
var mt = new MersenneTwister(Inclusive);

// Exclusive or “unmasked”. It does not encrypt the numbers
// generated by the Mersenne Twister. You have to use
// (mt.Generate() & 0xffff) instead of mt.Next(0, 16) to get a random
// number. This option generates the numbers, but do not encrypt them.
var mt = new MersenneTwister(

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The Mersenne Twister algorithm is described in the following paper:

F. M. Richman and W. J. Thakkar. “The Mersenne Twister: A 623-dimensionally equidistributed uniform pseudorandom number generator”. ACM Trans. Model. Comput. Simul. 8 (1998), n. 2, pp. 181–228.

/// Generates a Mersenne Twister Random number generator based on the
/// Mersenne Twister algorithm.
/// Mersenne Twister algorithm generates numbers using the following mathematical procedure, described in the Wikipedia article
/// on Mersenne Twister:
/// The output of the function.
public static UInt32 MersenneTwister(UInt32 result)
uint rot = (uint) 17;
uint f = (uint)24166709;
uint m = (uint)20503257;
uint n = (uint)42782553;
uint q = (uint)121665;
uint a = (uint)536870912;
uint b = (uint)26581049;
uint c = (uint)36501;
uint d = (uint)498832946;
uint e = (uint)121666;
uint rotInv = (uint)65536;
uint fInv = (uint)121665;
uint mInv = (uint)536870912;
uint nInv = (uint)26581049;
uint qInv = (uint)1812499;
uint aInv = (uint)536870912;
uint bInv = (uint)121665;
uint cInv = (uint)121666;
uint dInv = (uint)536870912;
uint eInv = (uint)26581049

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Here’s a C# implementation that I made a while ago. It uses the.NET Framework version 2 and up. Some of the code is taken from the C++ version that was on CodeProject.

/// Generates numbers in the range 0.0 to 1.0 (exclusive)
/// The seed value
/// The random number
/// The algorithm is based on the Mersenne Twister algorithm by Makoto Matsumoto
/// Copyright 2010 Dennis Webb
/// Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License
/// Random Number
/// RNG

public class RNG
public static Int32 Next(Int32 n)
return ((52483723L * n) & 0xffffffff) – (110351523L * n);

/// Generates the next number from the SRNG
/// The number to be generated
/// The generated number
public static Int32 Next(Int32 n)
return Next(n, s_seed);
public static Int32 Next(Int32 n, UInt32 seed)
return Next(n);

System Requirements For Mersenne Twister:

Runtime Environment:
On Windows:
On Linux:
Units and values are represented in this file as a set of numbered units.
The first unit in each set is for the filename. The next is for the value of the filename.
In general, the units correspond to units defined in [UE4].
The following text contains values in AU (Angstroms) and fF (farad).
Note: This table uses the Fractional format to represent the fF value of