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OK i need to enter randint( 1,731,8)
and it says to hit enter but then i get argument
my answer is then suppose to come out like this (537 33 249 728....

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Hello,
The command randInt( is designed to give you RANDOM integer numbers chosen (AT RAMDOM) in a certain range.
Suppose you ask your friend to give you 8 integer numbers chosen between 1 and say 731). Can you guess beforehand what his/her answer is going to be? You can claim irregularity if one of the numbers is 732 or 1000, but you cannot say my answer is supposed to come out such and such. Do you see the analogy. Try saying that to the Lottery guys.

Hope it clarifies things.


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