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I've also seen good ratings for the company on the internet. Good Luck for your project, MI7.
Andre's answer will give you a much more reliable way to filter out exactly 1% of the visitors to your site. The reason is, as you've already said, your target number might not be chosen by the pseudorandom number generator for a very long time. Likewise, it might choose your target number several times in a row. (Rare, but statistically, it will happen given enough trials.)
However, you'll need to be careful when counting the number of connections. Under what conditions should you increment your counter? Every time the webpage is served up? That would mean that users could easily get to the 100th visitor mark simply by refreshing their page. Should you count sessions initiated? Still, a user could clear their browser cache and refresh your page, and this would count as another session, incrementing your counter. Should you count by unique IP addresses? Then everybody behind a NAT firewall will collectively count as one visitor.
Think about it and come up with a solution that you think will be robust enough for what you're wanting to do.
Wow Greg You left nothing to comment about. Having said that I'll still keep a watch on the thread to see what's new is coming in the scene?
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