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Generates an array of random numbers between two limit values.

RANDARRAY([Rows [; Columns [; Min [; Max [; Integers] ] ] ])

Rows: (optional) the number of rows to return. If omitted, the value is 1.

Columns: (optional) the number of columns to return. If omitted, the value is 1.

Min: (optional) The lower limit of the generated numbers. If omitted, the minimum value is 0.

Max: (optional) The upper limit of the generated numbers. If omitted, the maximum value is 1.

Integers: (optional) returns whole numbers (TRUE) or decimal numbers (FALSE). Default is FALSE.

If Rows and Columns are greater than 1, the RANDARRAY function must be entered as an array formula.

If Rows or Columns are references to the content of other cells, the array dimensions do not change when the referenced content changes. The array formula must be deleted and re-entered.

{=RANDARRAY(10;4;10;50;1)} returns an array of 10 rows, 4 columns with minimum value 10 and maximum value of 50 of whole numbers (integers).

COM.MICROSOFT.RANDARRAY