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Python Math: Generate a series of unique random numbers

Python Math: Exercise-81 with Solution

Write a Python program to generate a series of unique random numbers.

Sample Solution:

Python Code:

import random
choices = list(range(100))
random.shuffle(choices)
print(choices.pop())
while choices:
    if input('Want another random number?(Y/N)' ).lower() == 'n':
        break
    print(choices.pop())
	

Sample Output:

58                                                                                                            
Want another random number?(Y/N)n 

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