user601367 - 1 year ago 93

C# Question

`Hashtable values = new Hashtable();`

protected void Button1_Click(object sender, EventArgs e)

{

Random r = new Random();

int newval = r.Next(10);

values.Add("key",newval);

//foreach (object value in values.Values)

//{

// Response.Write(value.ToString());

//}

ArrayList arrayList = new ArrayList(values.Values);

foreach (int key in arrayList)

{

Response.Write(key);

}

}

Answer Source

It's random. By definition there exists a statistical possibility that numbers will repeat. It's possible that you can add 10 random integers from 1-10 to a list and that they wouldn't repeat, but it would be unlikely.

Ideally, each time you call a randomization function, you have exactly the same odds of getting any one number as you do of getting any other number, including the number you got last time.