“Random uniform” refers to a probability distribution where all values within a given range are equally likely to be chosen. In Python, the
random module provides a function
uniform() that generates random float numbers uniformly distributed over a specified range.
Here’s an example code snippet that generates a random float number between 0 and 1 using the
import random random_number = random.uniform(0, 1) print(random_number)
This code will output a random float number between 0 and 1, such as
0.8342349864234502. You can change the range by passing different arguments to the
uniform() function. For example, to generate a random number between 10 and 20, you can use:
random_number = random.uniform(10, 20) print(random_number)
This code will output a random float number between 10 and 20, such as
In this conversation, we discussed the “Random Uniform” distribution and how it can be generated in Python using the
random.uniform() function from the
random module. This function can be used to generate random float numbers uniformly distributed over a specified range. We also provided code examples to demonstrate how to use the
uniform() function to generate random numbers within a specific range.