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what is the way to get random from 0 - 3

+4 votes
asked Feb 2 by Benjamin Farnsworth (160 points)
rock paper scissors

2 Answers

+2 votes
answered Feb 2 by Peter Minarik (69,270 points)

In C, you generate a random number (rand()) then take the modulo 4 to have it between 0 and 3. 

#include <stdio.h>
#include <stdlib.h>
#include <time.h>

int main()
    printf("Random number: %d\n", rand() % 4);
    return 0;
0 votes
answered Feb 5 by SACHIN YADAV (260 points)
edited Feb 5 by SACHIN YADAV

First we take a variable integer and after that we provide a program to show that variable is under0-3or not

And for this we use conditional operator

int main ()
int a;
printf("enter the value of a: ");
if (0<a && a<3)
printf("a is btween the range of 0-5");
printf("a is not between the range of 0-3");
return 0;

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