This is documentation for Mathematica 8, which was
based on an earlier version of the Wolfram Language.

# Range

 Rangegenerates the list . Rangegenerates the list . Range uses step di.
• The arguments to Range need not be integers.
• Range starts from , and successively adds increments of di until the result is greater than .
• Range uses the standard Mathematica iteration specification, as applied to a single variable.
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 Scope   (6)
Use a step of 2:
Use a negative step:
Use an exact numeric-valued step:
Use a machine-number step:
Use a precision-24 step:
Range of very large numbers:
Use a symbolic step:
 Applications   (4)
Produce a geometric sequence:
Form a polynomial from coefficients:
Form a random permutation:
Find an inverse permutation:
Range is equivalent to Table:
Use Range or Span (;;) as Part specification:
For some step sizes, Range may not include the upper limit given:
Even though the lower limit was exact, the inexact step makes the first element inexact:
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