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Test Function with Random Output

I have a test that runs against an Ethereum smart contract (Solidity vs ^0.6). The function I am testing outputs a value A, say, 90% of the time and B 10% of the time.

I want to test that this ratio holds up (to some probability that can be defined as well).

One way is to run the same test over and over and collect the results; how can I do this, and perhaps is there a better approach?

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#DaMillz #TheSupremeTeam
Artist Name: DaMillz

Who are you?

As an unsigned artist,I explore different genres while blending my styles with them.
I love trying new things.

Where are you from?

I'm from Lagos, Nigeria.
Making it in music industry hasn't always been rosy as everyone thought.
Several efforts or sacrifices are to be made.

How can we follow you?

https://m.soundcloud.com/damillz-1

https://www.instagram.com/damillz_/

https://www.facebook.com/damillzmusic

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Test Function with Random Output

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