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June 2019

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— Use srand(getpid); funcation.

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— Define random name as a std::array<char, 5> and you will not have an issue. Using char[5] to hold 5 characters exposes you to lacking a null terminator when using it as a string

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int rand() {
return 4;
}

is a valid implementation of rand lol

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