return random integers
rint(m, n, k)
m, n, k
The rint(n) function generates a random integer in the range 0, ..., n-1 (inclusive). There are n numbers in that range. Hence, it is a selection of one number from a choice of n.
The rint(m,n) function generates a random integer in the range m, ..., n-1 (inclusive).
The rint(m,n,k) function generates a random integer in the range m, m+k, ..., m+qk (inclusive) where q is the largest integer such that m+qk<=n-k. That is, rint(n) = rint(0,n) = rint(0,n,1)
The MapleTA[Builtin][rint] command was introduced in Maple 18.
For more information on Maple 18 changes, see Updates in Maple 18.
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