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## Latest revision as of 14:53, 2 May 2019

**GENERATENUMBER (Type,Range,HowMany)**

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

## Description

- This function generates different type of numbers.
- In , are types of the numbers.
- is the maximum limit of the displaying numbers.
- is the count as how many numbers are to be displayed.
- Here the types of numbers can be

1.Positive (Decimals) 2.Negative (Decimals) 3.Positive:Integer 4.Negative:Integer 5.Zero 6.Integer.

- So we can generates the different types of numbers with in the given limit of the numbers.
- For example GENERATENUMBER("negative",10,4),here this function will generates four negative decimal numbers with in the limit 10.

## Examples

- GENERATENUMBER("positive",56,3) = 38.66618481936558 55.020642277354 32.14405834876233
- GENERATENUMBER("negative",765,4) = -125.1246516313229 -245.53719329413008 -307.9884140765779 -571.3801665900556
- GENERATENUMBER("negative:integer",6543,7) = -2738 -2254 -1066 -5112 -328 -74 -4253
- GENERATENUMBER("integer",63,10.3) = -52 -18 38 23 24 9 24 -22 1 60 -49
- GENERATENUMBER("zero",5,2) = 0 0

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