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How to generat 256 bit binary random numbers IN R PROGRAMMING LANGUAGE

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Hi

I have  a question about R programming languge and I realy do not know where is the best place to be posted.

I would like to generat 256 bit binary random numbers.

I started with  rmvbin function but I dont know whether I am doning right or not , plase see below what I did:


Anyone can help in this?
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Well, if you want a uniform random 256 bit integer, then getting 256 random bits at a .5 probability will certainly do the trick.

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that mean I am doing right?
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