Sir or Madam --
   I would like to report what appears to be an error for the randint function on the following page:

One this page, it claims that the function returns a random integer that is "inclusive" of both of the two arguments.  It states:
random.randint(a, b)

Return a random integer N such that a <= N <= b. Alias for randrange(a, b+1).

I believe that this is not correct.  I believe that it should say "a <= N < b"; that is, the returned random integer is inclusive of argument 1, but exclusive of the upper argument 2.  I have found other python documentation that agrees with my claim that argument 2 is exclusive here:
   While this error may seem trivial, it has caused quite a lot of grief for my students who are trying to randomise either 0 or 1, and it has taken me some time to realise that your documentation is the source of the flaw.

Thanks for your engagement,
Harry Witchel

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