I'm not sure what your question is. The for loop generates 10 distinct random integers for me. Can you post your output showing the problem? Tom Blough
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posted 13 years ago
Output: Random Numbers :-1233322011 Random Numbers :-1849315457 Random Numbers :-1432212907 Random Numbers :-500641972 Random Numbers :450264059 Random Numbers :443463032 Random Numbers :2077564550 Random Numbers :938741894 Random Numbers :157277021 Random Numbers :1522514535 My question is why the output value of these 10 Random Numbers do't get the same one value?
Your confusion may come from what the purpose of "java.util.Random" is. When you do: Random r = new Random(); then "r" is a random number generator, not a random number itself. So once you instantiate the generator ("r") you can use it to create as many different random numbers as you need.
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