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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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Getting rid of unwanted characters:

You can get rid of whitespaces or any specific character using strip methods in Python. You can use either plain strip for both sides, lstrip for the left side and rstrip for the right side only.

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