Difference between revisions of "random"
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m (moved command to template, MP behavior needs updating.) 
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Be careful using random numbers in multiplayer, each client will come up with a different result. See multiplayer tutorials for more general information about locality.  Be careful using random numbers in multiplayer, each client will come up with a different result. See multiplayer tutorials for more general information about locality.  
−  The number returned is unlikely to be a whole number (e.g. 1, 4, 76, etc.). To return a whole number combine '''random''' and [[mod]]  +  The number returned is unlikely to be a whole number (e.g. 1, 4, 76, etc.). To return a whole number combine '''random''' and [[mod]]. 
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Revision as of 01:54, 3 August 2006
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Introduced in
 Game:
 Operation Flashpoint
 Version:
 1.00
Description
 Description:
 Random real value from 0 to x.
Syntax
Examples
 Example 1:
_rNumber = random 1
Additional Information
 Multiplayer:
 
 See also:
 See also needed
Notes
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Notes

Be careful using random numbers in multiplayer, each client will come up with a different result. See multiplayer tutorials for more general information about locality.
The number returned is unlikely to be a whole number (e.g. 1, 4, 76, etc.). To return a whole number combine random and mod.