This is an implementation of Andrew Kensler's hashed permutation, which allows you to take an array of the elements [0 ... n) and shuffle it with no memory overhead and very little computational overhead. This works by using a clever hash function to effectively permute all of the elements in the array.
Basically, you get a nearly free method to shuffle a bunch of numbers. This allows you to sample with no replacement, without needing to save all of the numbers in the range (0...n).
You can find the paper here: https://graphics.pixar.com/library/MultiJitteredSampling/paper.pdf. I have a little writeup of how the algorithm works here, and Timothy Hobbs made a nice writeup explaining how to use the library itself here.