# Difference between revisions of "random"

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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 | + | * The number returned is unlikely to be a whole number. To return a whole number combine '''random''' and '''[[round]]''' (e.g. x=round(random 5) will return either 0,1,2,3,4 or 5.) |

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## Revision as of 20:31, 1 January 2007

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### Introduced in

- Game:
- Operation Flashpoint
- Version:
- 1.00

### Description

- Description:
- Random real value from 0 (inclusive) to x (not inclusive).

### Syntax

### Examples

- Example 1:
_rNumber = random 1

### Additional Information

- Multiplayer:
- -
- See also:
- See also needed

### Notes

*Only post proven facts here. Report bugs on the feedback tracker. Use the talk page or the forums for discussions.*

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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. To return a whole number combine
**random**and**round**(e.g. x=round(random 5) will return either 0,1,2,3,4 or 5.)