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> > Does anyone know how to increase the variables of the INT(RND* #) -#

> > What I mean is I need the randomize timer to produce numbers from 1 to

> > something like 1000. Please help. For Qbasic.

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> > ~Lamaal Brown http://www.earthlink.net/~brown5/tlbsite

> With UB=<upper boundary> (=1000) and LB=<lower boundary> (=1) the

> formula is: RandNoBetweenLBandUB = (UB - LB + 1)*RND + LB

> To get integer-numbers use the INT()-function.

Enno is correct, and gives the general formula. When generating pseudo

random integers from 1 to N the general formula can be reduced to:

RandomInteger = INT(RND * N) + 1

So the original poster can get random integers from 1 to 1000 by using:

RandomInteger = INT(RND * 1000) + 1

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