What is the canonical way to get data from /dev/random?
Specifically: having opened the file, how do I read the stream?
I'm currently using

  union {
    float f;
    char c[4];
  } foo;

  foo.f = 0.0;


        which doesn't seem to produce anywhere near "random bytes" as
promised by the man page.

                                Robert Huff

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