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Python 3.6, 114 bytes, cracked

from random import*
g=lambda n:eval(''.join(Random("A005843").choices('n8-9+17n#8*+26%n1 32-3+4-545*-#6*7',k=34)))

A005843

g(n) returns the n-th value of the sequence for n >= 0.

random.choices(s,k) is new in Python 3.6, it returns k items selected from s with replacement.

Python 3.6, 114 bytes

from random import*
g=lambda n:eval(''.join(Random("A005843").choices('n8-9+17n#8*+26%n1 32-3+4-545*-#6*7',k=34)))

A005843

g(n) returns the n-th value of the sequence for n >= 0.

random.choices(s,k) is new in Python 3.6, it returns k items selected from s with replacement.

Python 3.6, 114 bytes, cracked

from random import*
g=lambda n:eval(''.join(Random("A005843").choices('n8-9+17n#8*+26%n1 32-3+4-545*-#6*7',k=34)))

A005843

g(n) returns the n-th value of the sequence for n >= 0.

random.choices(s,k) is new in Python 3.6, it returns k items selected from s with replacement.

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Python 3.6, 114 bytes

from random import*
g=lambda n:eval(''.join(Random("A005843").choices('n8-9+17n#8*+26%n1 32-3+4-545*-#6*7',k=34)))

A005843

g(n) returns the n-th value of the sequence for n >= 0.

random.choices(s,k) is new in Python 3.6, it returns k items selected from s with replacement.