function randomNumber(){ var value; var flag = false; var tds = document.querySelectorAll(‘td’); do{ value = Math.round(Math.random() * (26 – 1) + 1); for(var t = 0; t &…

function randomNumber(){ var value; var flag = false; var tds = document.querySelectorAll(‘td’); do{ value = Math.round(Math.random() * (26 – 1) + 1); for(var t = 0; t &…

I want to add a random amount of characters before an element, repeat that element 20 times, with a diffrent amount of characters before each time. For example: function App() { return ( <>…

Let’s say I have these two arrays let players = [“ryan”, “austin”, “julian”, “kelso”, “mitch”, “adam”, “dwight”, “edwin”,…

I’m making a small game. You have to find the ball under a randomized cup. First the images are stored in a nodeList. Then the winning cup is calculated randomly from the length of the nodeList. My problem: After the random value for winningCup has been calculated I don’t know how to find the other two indexes from the ‘images’ nodeList. How can I calculate for two values that AREN’T the randomized winningCup’s value? My thought was to issue some kind of check, but I’m not sure what to check for. My goal for this is to have the two

I understand you can generate a random number in JavaScript within a range using this function: function getRandomInt (min, max) { return Math.floor(Math.random() * (max – min + 1)) + min; } …

I am trying to create a custom linear congruential generator (LCQ) in JavaScript (the one used in glibc). Its properties as it’s stated on Wikipedia are: m=2^31 , a=1103515245 , c=12345. Now I am …

I want a 5 character string composed of characters picked randomly from the set [a-zA-Z0-9]. What’s the best way to do this with JavaScript? Answer I think this will work for you: