Classic Computer Magazine Archive COMPUTE! ISSUE 17 / OCTOBER 1981 / PAGE 18

"I have been told that there is a computer device which duplicates the tossing of the coins process associated with The I Ching, Book of Changes. I imagine that the device provides a random selection of numbers from 1-64 which is basically what the procedure of tossing coins is all about.

If you have any information on such a device, I would like to hear from you about it." Robert Mahon

We know of no machine dedicated to I Ching coin tossing. Computers can do it, however, with a line similar to: 10X = INT (RND(l) * 64)+ 1.