unknown wrote:


> Have a look at the rand method.  It will not allow you to specify a
> range, but will generate a number between 0 and (max1 - 1).  If you
> make ((max1 - 1) - 0) equal to your range (which in the case of your
> example is 2000 - 60 = 1940 + 1 = 1941), and then scale it up by 60,
> youll always end up with a random number in the range you're looking
> for.


Excellent. Thanks very much for your reply, it's a nice welcome to the 
forum



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