Introduction to Programming using Python 1st Edition

Published by Pearson
ISBN 10: 0132747189
ISBN 13: 978-0-13274-718-9

Chapter 4 - Selections - Section 4.3 - Generating Random Numbers - Check Point - MyProgrammingLab - Page 95: 4.3


randrange(0, 20)

Work Step by Step

Python also provides another function, randrange(a, b), for generating a random integer between a and b – 1, which is equivalent to randint(a, b – 1). For example, randrange(0, 20) and randint(0, 20) are the same. Since randint is more intuitive, the book generally uses $randint$ in the examples. You can also use the random() function to generate a random float r such that $0 \leq r$
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