It may be a good idea to give the exact equation on how rand progresses to randInt. And you might as well put the rand equation up there while you're at it.
Date: 01 Feb 2013 23:10
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- ERR:ARGUMENT is thrown if more than one comma is used.
Can someone decide to help me confirm how come I get this error?
What do I need to remove this error? Am I correct to publish this error? Normally ARGUMENT only occurs if
a function has too many instructions or not enough instructions. For this, I cannot be certain because someone has
been successfully able to generate 4 random numbers with one calculation.
I don't think you should be getting that error. As the page says, the syntax is:
randInt(min,max[,# of numbers])
The third argument is optional and will make the command generate a list of random integers. However, 4 arguments will make it throw an ERR:ARGUMENT
I seem to get your point…
The possible errors I know for this function are: Syntax,Argument (If there's no comma or too many instructions), Domain (For decimals), and DATA TYPE (For someting funny like 6i,9i or a matrix)