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Nerd blog post! 

Most permutation algorithms rely on the previous permutation to generate the next one. This makes it inefficient to get a specific permutation, like the 100,000th if you don't have the 99,999th.

So I wrote an to do it.

blog.edwardloveall.com/random-

Not being trained in computer science, I am unreasonably proud of this.

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