[Tutor] Random number selection
d at davea.name
Tue Jan 3 03:36:05 CET 2012
On 01/02/2012 08:52 PM, shane wrote:
> I was wondering is there a way to have a variable generate a random
> integer each time the variable is called.
> Ive tried random.randint(a, b) and the range one to.
> It selects a random number and assigns it to the variable
> this part of the program would be math equations
> with random number selections
> x=ran y=ran z=x*y
> x * y = z
> s=input=('x*y= ')
> if s != z
> There are many things I need to solve its my first program.
> But I just need help on assigning a random number and looping through
> to get diff values for x and y
There's so much wrong with that message I don't know how to respond.
There is either a grammatical or syntax error on every line.
Variables with integer values are not 'called." They also don't change
values unless you change it. So if you've got a loop, and you want them
to have different values each time, then give them different values each
time, by calling a function that does return a different value.
x = random.randint(a,b)
y = random.randint(a,b)
... do something with the values
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