JMSL SequentialCollection Demo: random behavior

Two MusicJobs in a sequential collection. The collection acts "behaviorally" instead of sequentially. Instead of launching each child in a strict sequential order, it uses a user-defined Behavior to choose which child to launch each time the collection repeats. This collection uses the UniformRandomBehavior which simply chooses a child with a randomly every time (ie in the case of two children, it's a coin flip)
In the source, look for the line that says

col.setBehavior(new UniformRandomBehavior())
. That's all that's needed.

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