Using the Random Module.
castironpi at gmail.com
Fri Jul 11 21:27:32 CEST 2008
On Jul 11, 1:29 pm, WDC <ki4... at gmail.com> wrote:
> On Jul 11, 2:15 pm, Michiel Overtoom <mot... at xs4all.nl> wrote:
> > You wrote...
> > >Is there a better way to do that besides doing this:
> > >>>>random.randint(00000000000000000, 99999999999999999)
> > >09657398671238769
> > Maybe this?
> > random.randint(0, 9e16)
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> That would work yes, but is there a random() function that would do
> that without the attributes? Not trying to be lazy, I just want to
> know if there is a built in way.
> Thanks Michiel.
You want a random integer. Is there a range you want it in?
Past a certain point, you'll exceed the granularity of the random
number generator, and some values in the range will never be generated.
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