CreateRDV - Create a new random deviate generator
rngtype rdvfacttype CreateRDV -> rdvtype
rngtype rdvfacttype paramdict CreateRDV -> rdvtype
rngtype dict1 CreateRDV -> dict2
rngtype dict1 paramdict CreateRDV -> dict2

Create a generator for binomial numbers based on an MT19937 random
number generator, set parameters to p=0.2 and n=10, and draw five numbers:

SLI ] rngdict /MT19937 get 123456789 CreateRNG /rng Set
SLI ] rng rdevdict /binomial get << /p 0.2 /n 10 >> CreateRDV /bino Set
SLI ] bino 5 RandomArray ==
[2 3 2 2 1]

References:GNU Scienctific Library,
SeeAlso:rdevdict, Random, RandomArray, CreateRNG
Create a new random deviate generator for a given distribution. See
rdevdict for the available distributions, and the documentation for
the individual deviates (under rdevdict::*). The distribution instance
can either be generated from a distribution implemented in C++
represented by rdvfactype or a SLI implementation of a distribution
represented by a dictionary. In the former case the return value is of
rdvtype in the latter case a dictionary.

If a paramdict is passed, it is used to set the parameters of the
random deviate generator. Parameters can be inspected and changed with
GetStatus/SetStatus where applicable.

rngtype - random generator as source of random numbers
rdvfacttype - distribution to draw from, from rdevdict
paramdict - dictionary with distribution parameters
rdvtype - the initialized C++ object representing the distribution
dict1 - dictionary used as a template to create the distribution
dict2 - the cloned and initalized dictionary representing the distribution