randn!([rng], A::Array{Float64,N})

Fill the array A with normally-distributed (mean 0, standard deviation 1) random numbers. Also see the rand function.


See Also

bitrand, MersenneTwister, rand, randcycle, randexp, randexp!, randjump, randn, randn!, RandomDevice, randperm, randsubseq, randsubseq!, shuffle, srand,

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