How to set a random seed for prn generation?

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I have a rather big program, where I use functions from the random module in different files. I would like to be able to set the random seed once, at one place, to make the program always return the same results. Can that even be achieved in python?
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The main python module that is run should import random and call random.seed(n) - this is shared between all other imports of random as long as somewhere else doesn't reset the seed.
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