# Program: How to generate random numbers in the given range?

 Description: Incase if we want to generate random number in the given range, then we need to use nextInt(limit) method. Here we need to pass the range limit. For example in the below example we are passing 50 as limit, so that the generated random number is always less than 50.

 Code: package com.java2novice.random; import java.util.Random; public class MyRandomInRange { public static void main(String a[]){ Random rnd = new Random(); System.out.println("Random Integers below 50:"); System.out.println(rnd.nextInt(50)); System.out.println(rnd.nextInt(50)); System.out.println(rnd.nextInt(50)); System.out.println(rnd.nextInt(50)); System.out.println(rnd.nextInt(50)); System.out.println(rnd.nextInt(50)); System.out.println(rnd.nextInt(50)); System.out.println(rnd.nextInt(50)); System.out.println(rnd.nextInt(50)); System.out.println(rnd.nextInt(50)); System.out.println(rnd.nextInt(50)); System.out.println(rnd.nextInt(50)); } }

 Output: Random Integers below 50: 28 41 23 28 5 14 3 32 29 12 32 7

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public class MyStaticImportTest {
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}
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