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Hi, How do I generate a random number between 1 and 3 using C#? Thank You

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SabreMan: Everyone start as a newbie. Shame!

DarkEldar77: Sorry, i don''t know any C#.

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SabreMan: Everyone start as a newbie. Shame!

Everyone start as a newbie: agreed. But there was a time when
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in the help index change your filter to ".net framework sdk" the look up System.Random

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SabreMan: Everyone start as a newbie. Shame!

There is only one integral between 1 and 3, which means either the OP was being deliberately stupid, or that the problem is wildly under-specified (such as, he meant 1 to 3 inclusive, or he wants FP with double precision, or some such, any of which can be answered in 10 seconds flat by reading the the manual). My initial reaction was that it was a trick question (hence my initial response), but looking at his posting history I can see he consistently under-specifies problems.

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  // C# codeRandom rnd = new Random();Int32 number = rnd.Next(1,4);// Parameters//	minValue: The lower bound of the random number returned. //	maxValue: The upper bound of the random number returned. maxValue must be greater than or equal to minValue.

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You should probably explain the copy-paste procedure as well.

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