# RandomInteger

RandomInteger[{imin,imax}]

gives a pseudorandom integer in the range {imin,imax}.

RandomInteger[imax]

gives a pseudorandom integer in the range {0,,imax}.

pseudorandomly gives 0 or 1.

RandomInteger[range,n]

gives a list of n pseudorandom integers.

RandomInteger[range,{n1,n2,}]

gives an n1×n2× array of pseudorandom integers.

# Details

• RandomInteger[{imin,imax}] chooses integers in the range {imin,imax} with equal probability.
• gives 0 or 1 with probability .
• RandomInteger gives a different sequence of pseudorandom integers whenever you run the Wolfram Language. You can start with a particular seed using SeedRandom.
• A Method option to SeedRandom can be given to specify the pseudorandom generator used.

# Examples

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## Basic Examples(5)

A random integer in the range 1 through 10:

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A random integer in the range 0 through 3:

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A random choice of 0 or 1:

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Twenty random integers in the range 0 through 5:

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A 3×4 random array of 0s and 1s:

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