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How do I make it so the value of a variable constantly changes?

For example $x = random(573, 954, 1). How do i make it so that the value of $x constantly changes and stays between the values of 573 and 954?

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Put the statement inside a loop, then the value will be reset on every pass.


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depends on the frequency of when you would like the value to change, you can do what Melba23 has suggested but that will constantly change the number very rapidly, you can put that command in a Function and call it whenever you need it to change, remember to make the variable available outside of the function (declare it before function) that way the value can be used in any other function or part of your script.

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