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Re: Re: RandomComplex documentation


For random complex numbers, perhaps it would be clearer to refer to a "region".

RandomComplex[{0, 5 + 5*I}, 5]

{0.9378211150641933 + 
     2.4488359963758297*I, 
   3.2739899054454575 + 
     4.519996968693475*I, 
   1.9946657658816749 + 
     1.3564547704937988*I, 
   2.246863607357189 + 
     1.4197001523425845*I, 
   4.230857992100537 + 
     1.1462736498223762*I}

RandomComplex[{-5 - 5*I, 5 + 5*I}, 5]

{4.489356645361212 - 
     4.473926000458439*I, 
   0.3316263701423452 + 
     0.7330317793495915*I, 
   -3.7962075523324117 + 
     2.5405117415409713*I, 
   2.0662639944526653 + 
     3.450702486874583*I, 
   1.191807357128308 - 
     3.302582278065998*I}


Bob Hanlon

---- Bill Rowe <readnewsciv at sbcglobal.net> wrote: 
> On 8/12/07 at 7:24 AM, akoz at mimuw.edu.pl (Andrzej Kozlowski) wrote:
> 
> >Here is a extract from the documentation for RandomComplex:
> 
> >"RandomComplex[range,n] gives a list of n pseudorandom complex
> >numbers."
> 
> >and now here is an extract from tutorial/RandomNumberGeneration:
> 
> >"RandomComplex[domain,n] gives a list of n pseudorandom reals"
> 
> >???
> 
> Given:
> 
> In[1]:= RandomComplex[{0, 1}, 5]
> 
> Out[1]= {0.031873580468932516 + 0. \[ImaginaryI],
>   0.5275216955764901 + 0. \[ImaginaryI],
>   0.665414621684336 + 0. \[ImaginaryI],
>   0.11248161136844037 + 0. \[ImaginaryI],
>   0.3548022392621708 + 0. \[ImaginaryI]}
> 
> In[2]:= $Version
> 
> Out[2]= 6.0 for Mac OS X PowerPC (32-bit) (June 19, 2007)
> 
> I conclude there is simply an error in the tutorial
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