I've been at this for a while and found nothing, so I figured I'd ask you guys 'cause I sure *someone* here knows. All I want is a random double between two other ramdom doubles. So like I could say "give me a random double between 1.2256464654 and 2.65465465465" and the answer could be 2.55646468498.

You can use randnorm(A,B). The formula for most of the random numbers generated from randnorm is the following: A-3B and A+3B. The numbers generated will be between those two outcomes

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Important: doesn't always work (low chance it doesn't).

You can use the following formula to identify which 2 numbers to use.

A is the first number

B is the second number

C is your minimum/max

D is your max/min

A=(C+D)/2

B=(-C+D)/6

So I you want it between 1 and 2, then C=1 and D=2

So it's

A=(1+2)/2 or A=1.5

B=(-1+2)/6 or 1/6

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Silver Phantom's method works, but it seems that the numbers don't have even dirstibution and tent to be closer to the mean of A and B.

Ah, yes.

I just ran an experiment. I graphed:

Y1=randNorm(0,3.33333333333333

Y2=randInt(-10,10

with the standard window except Xres=5

looking at various graphs from these functions, it seems the first never reaches the outer edges of the screen as well as the second (which I am assuming to be at the randomness level I desire)

..What exactly do you mean by 'random double'?