Returns pseudo-random integer number between a given range.

The first argument specifies the start of the range and must have a value less than the second argument when specifies the end of the range. The start is inclusive and the end is exclusive, for example: randint(0, 2) will return either 0 or 1.

Do not use randint() when the purpose is security related since the linear congruential algorithms used by this function are too easy to break.

This function does not generate an event.


randint(start, end)


Argument Type Description
start int (required) Start of the range (inclusive).
end int (required) End of the range (exclusive).

Return value

A pseudo-random int between start (inclusive) and end (exclusive).


Some examples on how randint(..) can be used:

// Return a pseudo-random number between 10 (inclusive) and 20 (exclusive)
randint(10, 20);

Example return value in JSON format: