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Kyme

random() help

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hi all

i want to make some tool but i need to do random() from 1 to 999

problem it is in if random it's for ex 20 i want to make it 020 all the time to be 3 numbers if random it's 1 to be 001 how i can make it?

i try this one

Random(1, 999, 1)

but it's not all the time 3 numbers

thank you

waiting feedbacks

Regards, kyme

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hi all

i want to make some tool but i need to do random() from 1 to 999

problem it is in if random it's for ex 20 i want to make it 020 all the time to be 3 numbers if random it's 1 to be 001 how i can make it?

i try this one

Random(1, 999, 1)

but it's not all the time 3 numbers

thank you

waiting feedbacks

Regards, kyme

Try this

$RandVal = StringFormat("%03i",Random(1, 999, 1))

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whats the difference between yashied's and bowmore's?

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In terms of the result there is no difference.

The Random function with a flag of 1 returns and integer, so technically you could say that the string format specifier should be "i" for an integer (or "d" which is the same thing) and not "s" which is for a string. In C this would be importatnt, in AutoIt it isn't.


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