Generate a random integer between two numbers.

`RANDBETWEEN(bottom, top)`

- RAND does not take any arguments

`=RANDBETWEEN(1,9)`

The RANDBETWEEN function is used to generate random numbers within a specified range. For example, if you wanted to generate a random number between 1 and 9, you would enter the preceding formula into a cell in Sourcetable. This would return a random number between 1 and 9 every time the cell is recalculated.

`=RANDBETWEEN(-10,0)`

You can also use the RANDBETWEEN function to generate a random number between two negative numbers. For example, if you wanted to generate a random number between -10 and 0, you would enter the formula into a cell in Sourcetable. This would return a random number between -10 and 0 every time the cell is recalculated.

`=RANDBETWEEN(10,100)`

The RANDBETWEEN function can also be used to generate a random number between two positive numbers. For example, if you wanted to generate a random number between 10 and 100, you would enter the preceding into a cell in Sourcetable. This would return a random number between 10 and 100 every time the cell is recalculated.

The RANDBETWEEN function is a Sourcetable formula that returns a random integer between two specified numbers. Every time the worksheet is calculated, a new random number is generated. The bottom and top arguments are required and determine the smallest and largest integers that can be returned.

- The
**RANDBETWEEN**function generates a random integer between two numbers and recalculates each time the worksheet is opened or changed. It is a volatile function that may cause performance issues in large or complex worksheets. - The RANDBETWEEN function takes two arguments:
**bottom**and**top**. Bottom is the lower limit for a random number, while top is the upper bound for a random number.

The RANDBETWEEN function is a tool that allows users to generate a random integer number between two values that the user can specify. This can be useful for a variety of different applications, such as generating random numbers for data analysis and simulation.

The RANDBETWEEN function takes two arguments; the bottom argument, which is the smallest integer RANDBETWEEN will return, and the top argument, which is the largest integer RANDBETWEEN will return. When the worksheet is calculated, the RANDBETWEEN function will generate a new random number within the specified range.

The RANDBETWEEN function requires both the bottom and top arguments to be specified. Without these two arguments, the RANDBETWEEN function will not work correctly.