# Manuals/calci/GENERATEPOSITIVENONZEROINTEGER

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**GENERATEPOSITIVENONZEROINTEGER(Range, HowMany)**

- is the range between which numbers are displayed.
- is the count as how many numbers are to be displayed.

## Description

- This function generates the positive integer values with in the given range.
- In , is the range between which numbers are displayed.
- is the count as how many numbers are to be displayed.
- A positive number is a real number which is greater than zero.
- Positive numbers are usually written without any sign or a plus sign in front.
- Every real number other than zero is either positive or negative.
- An integer is a number that can be written without a fractional component.
- The set of integers consists of zero, the positive natural numbers and negative natural numbers.
- But this function only generates positive integer numbers only which means it won't include zero , any other negative values and decimal values.
- For example GENERATEPOSITIVENONZEROINTEGER(5,3),which generates 3 positive integer numbers with in the limit 5.

## Examples

- GENERATEPOSITIVENONZEROINTEGER(10,3) = 4 7 2
- GENERATEPOSITIVENONZEROINTEGER(2786,5.7) = 1617 1705 296 1223 970 1471
- GENERATEPOSITIVENONZEROINTEGER(-5000,7) = 293 3785 3641 4024 3327 75 4672

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