Non-random submission that passes Test Suite. (And it's not the only one!) To be a bit more more strict, the Test Suite could check to ensure separate calls on the function "randpro" with identical input variable "n" produce (significantly) different outputs, which is expected from the requirement of the Problem Statement to output "random" numbers.
Hard-coded specifically for the tests in the Test Suite :-P
Factorize THIS, buddy
Return elements unique to either input
Fill a zeros matrix
What number has this problem?
How to multiply?
Predicting life and death of a memory-less light bulb
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